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Full text of "Charity Hospital Report 1964-1965"

REPORT 
ON 

CHARITY HOSPITAL 
OF LOUISIANA 

AT 

NEW ORLEANS 
JULY 1, 1964 TO JUNE 30, 1965 




LEO J. KERNE, M.D. 

DIRECTOR 




HIS EXCELLENCY JOHN J. McKEITHEN 

Governor of Louisiana and Ex-Officio President Board of Administration 




LEO J. KERNE, M.D. 
Director 



BOARD OF ADMINISTRATORS 
CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 




EDWARD S. BOPP 



LOUIS BURROUGHS, M.D. 





MARY H. CONNOLLY 



ALLEN A. COPPING, D.D.S. 





ALLEN J. ELLENDER, JR., M.D. WILLIAM J. GUSTE. JR. 









HAROLD P. HAYDEL RICHARD W. HUGHES, M.D. 




JOHN L. KRON, M.D. DANIEL P. McINTIRE. M IV 




DON L. PETERSON, D.D.S. 



A. P. RICHARD. II 




A. N. SIMMONS, JR. 



1 




WELDON TALLEY 



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CARL T. SMITH, JR. 




LOUIS E. THOMAS, JR. 




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GILBERT C. TOMSKEY, M.D. M. O. WEILBAECHER. M.D. 




Charity Hot»i>it»l 



JOINT REPORT 

OF THE VICE-CHAIRMAN AND THE DIRECTOR 

June 30, 1965 

The Honorable John J. McKeithen 
Governor of the State of Louisiana 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Dear Governor McKeithen : 

The Vice-Chairman and the Director of the Board of Admin- 
istrators of the Charity Hospital of Louisiana of New Orleans 
submit the following report of the activities of the Hospital for 
the fiscal year July 1, 1964 through June 30, 1965. 

The following members served on the Board of Adminis- 
trators : 

His Excellency Governor John J. McKeithen, 

Ex-offieio President 

Dr. Leo J. Kerne, M.D., Director 

Honorable Don L. Peterson , Vice-Chairman 

Mr. Edward S. Bopp Dr. John L. Kron 

Mrs. Mary H. Connolly Dr. Daniel P. Mclntire 

Dr. Allen J. Ellender Jr. Mr. A. N. Simmons Jr. 

Mr. William J. Guste Jr. Mr. Carl T. Smith Jr. 

Dr. Allen A. Copping Dr. Maurice 0. Weilbacher 

Mr. Harold P. Haydel Dr. Gilbert C. Tomskey 

Dr. Richard W. Hughes Mr. George Van Kuren, deceased 

The Associate Directors were : 
Dr. Louis Burroughs 
Dr. John Adriani 

Mr. Andrew P. Richard II, Secretary and Associate 
Director 

Mr. Weldon Talley was appointed Treasurer. 

The following were appointed chairmen of the following 
committees : 

Dr. Richard Highes, Chairman Finance Committee 
Dr. Gilbert Tomskey, Chairman Medical Committee 
Dr. Carl T. Smith Jr., Chairman of the House 
Committee 

The Assistant Clinical Directors as follows; 
Dr. Charles Mary Jr. 
Dr. Hamp Pratt 
Dr. James Weilbacher 



The cost of operation for the period of July 1, 1964 to June 
30, 1965 has increased $1,570,501 as compared with the previous 
year, the largest increase being in Salaries which increased 

$1,377,266. 

Total Capital expenditures for the year were $143,231.00. 
Equipment purchases amounted to $91,210.00 while in 1964 the 
hospital purchased $154,561.00. However major repairs increased 
substantially this year, $52,021.00 as compared to $6,250.00 for 
the previous year. 

During the fiscal year plans were being made to start a 
building program and in conjunction with this the following were 
given the priority: 

Priority #1 Replacement of the Contagious Building and 
Foundations sufficient to support the twelve (12) story building 
estimated to cost $2,180,000.00. 

Priority #1 A Classrooms and completion of the Student 
Nurses Home at an estimate of $1,125,000.00 plus $1,150,000.00 
in matching Funds. 



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

The Chairman and the Director of the Hospital wish to ex- 
press their appreciation to the Sisters of Charity for their 
splendid cooperation and excellent services rendered on numerous 
occasions; also, to the various members of the Board of Admin- 
istrators for their valuable time and services rendered during 
the year, and the Department Heads and the entire personnel of 
the Hospital for their Wonderful Loyalty and cooperation. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HONORABLE DON L. PETERSON, D.D.S. 

Chairman, Board of Administrators 

LOUIS BURROUGHS, M.D. 
Director 



SUBJECT: 
REPORT ON HURRICANE "BETSY" 

On the morning of September 9, 1965, when it seemed ap- 
parent that Hurricane "Betsy" would strike the City, all Depart- 
ment Heads were contacted and instructed to take the necessary 
precautions to assure continued operation of the hospital as weU 
as prepare to handle a large number of casualties. At 1 :00 P.M., 
the Associate Directors and Assistant Clinical Directors met with 
key Department Heads to discuss what steps had been taken to 
cope with the storm. 

Nursing Service had set-up an additional ninety (90) beds 
in the Lapeyre Miltinberger Building and Main Building with 
an additional fifty (50) beds available on a standby basis. It was 
estimated that an additional 200 beds were vacant and available 
on the various wards. Also, temporary measures were taken to 
house patients in the clinic areas in the event of a power failure. 
Delivery and operating rooms were established on the first floor 
with all necessary medical and surgical supplies. Blood was stored 
in the blood donor's station. Medical supplies and materials were 
moved to the clinic and accident room areas for immediate use. 
The Maintenance Department closed the flood gates at the 
Morgue entrance and the door was re-enforced with sand bags. 
Plywood had been stored in the clinic area to repair window 
damage in critical areas and all maintenance vehicles had a full 
tank of gas. Pumps were set up in the elevator pits and main 
transformer vault and ready to go in the event of flooding. The 
Engineering Department had an adequate diesel fuel supply to 
operate the emergency generator and was preparing to begin 
operating the steam generator at 6 :00 P.M. since it takes two or 
more hours to have it in full operation. In the Traffic Depart- 
ment, all ambulances were in operation and additional drivers 
assigned to duty. The Dietary Department had sufficient food 
for at least a ten day period. 

When the meeting was about to close, an up-to-date report 
on the storm placed the City directly in its path. Instructions 
were issued for all key department heads and as many of their 
personnel as possible to remain on duty. All personnel were per- 
mitted to go home to take the necessary steps to protect their 
homes and families before returning to duty. 

By 8:00 P.M., the hospital was in readiness to meet the 
storm and we were in the process of evacuating some thirty-five 
(35) patients from the St. Bernard Nursing Home. During this 
evacuation one of our ambulances broke down and was later 
covered by the flood water. 

During the height of the Hurricane when there was com- 
plete power failure in the City, the hospital generators supplied 



power to the entire hospital. Shortly before midnight, the roof 
of the transformer vault on the 19th floor was blown away and 
part of it crashed into the transformers shorting it out which 
cut off all electric power to the center of the hospital. This af- 
fected all floors except the first, second and twelfth floors. With 
this power failure, many of the premature infants on the 9th 
floor had to be relocated into a makeshift nursery on the East 
Wing. This was done without loss of life. The hospital was still 
able to function effectively despite the power failure. 

There were extensive damages to windows as well as screens 
and some roof damage. Maintenance crews were able to board up 
windows in critical areas and no patients were injured by flying 
glass. On some wards patients were moved from damaged and 
broken windows to insure their safety. 

There were over two hundred (200) residents and interns 
in the hospital proper together with Doctors Carter, Ellicoarpe, 
Welder, Race and myself who remained on duty all night to co- 
ordinate operations. During this period from Thursday through 
Sunday, the Dietary Department not only fed the house staff and 
patients but also fed all employees who were on duty during that 
time. 

On the morning after the hurricane the hospital was in con- 
tact with officers from the Fifth District Police Station who were 
requesting medical supplies, physicians and nurses. Volunteer 
physicians, senior nurse students and supplies were dispatched 
to the shelters set up to care for the flood victims. Later confu- 
sion developed about whether or not more physicians were 
needed. To get first hand information, two of the Assistant Clin- 
ical Directors volunteered to visit the areas to investigate. They 
returned after several hours and felt that adequate medical help 
was available. We continued to send physicians, nurses and sup- 
plies in an effort to relieve those who had been working as many 
as 16 to 24 hours. Some who returned volunteered to go back 
after a few hours rest. Very few patients were brought to the 
admit room since most would be adequately treated in the shelters 
and suffered from exposure, minor cuts and bruises. Since many 
of our nursing personnel were unable to report to work on Fri- 
day, student nurses were assigned to the general wards. In fact, 
the entire junior and senior students in the school of nursing were 
deployed at one time or another to the hospital wards or to the 
various shelters. 

Two of our residents who volunteered to assist at the Munic- 
ipal Auditorium were dispatched to the Mayor's office and re- 
mained there for four days assisting in organizing evacuation 
activities. 

On Saturday, the second day after the hurricane, we contin- 
ued to send medical staff and supplies to the shelter victims. 



Many persons who lost all medicine, etc. in the flood began com- 
ing to the hospital. Most were diabetics, epileptics, and cardiac 
patients and were given medicines from the pharmacy. The dia- 
betics were given syringes as well as insulin. Also, a large num- 
ber of mothers with infants and children came for treatment. 
Most were hungry and we fed them. Others had minor G. I. 
complaints that did not require admission. For a while it looked 
as if the hospital would become a shelter but we were successful 
in getting most of them to a suitable shelter. Anticipating a large 
influx of critically ill patients on Saturday, we discharged about 
200 patients who were not in dire need of hospitalization. 

On Sunday, power was restored to the central part of the 
hospital and the hospital functioned as if there had been no 
hurricane. On Monday, two temporary hospital units were estab- 
lished at the High School Gym and the Ozanim 

Inn to take care of the nursing home type patients. These hos- 
pitals were staffed by LSU and Tulane faculty and resident staff 
respectively. Approximately 80^ of the residents and interns 
staff volunteered their services to these hospitals and shelters. 

In conclusion, I want to say that it would be impossible for 
me to single out any one person or department for their dedica- 
tion and devotion to duty. Many worked for as long as 40 hours 
straight and others reported to the hospital for duty even though 
their very homes were ruined by the flood waters. In all, our 
employees worked more than 4,900 hours overtime from Thurs- 
day night to Monday morning. Such dedication deserves our 
highest praise. 

The Hospital is also grateful for the cooperation of the local 
radio and television studios for their assistance in helping us to 
communicate with our employees and patients. We are also 
grateful to the many Drug Firms who offered and delivered 
large supplies of needed medicines and to business concerns 
who donated soft drinks and groceries. 

Due to the full coordination of all departments who wore 
aware of what each was doing, the hospital was prepared for 
Hurricane "Betsy" and functioned smoothly without incident of 
panic among patients or employees throughout the disaster. You 
can be assured that it will be equally prepared to handle future 
disasters and care for the needs of the citizens of the greater 
New Orleans area and the state of Louisiana. 

Respectfully submitted, 

LOUIS BORROUGHS, M.D. 
Associate Director 



BOARD OF ADMINISTRATORS 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1965 



Hia Excellency Governor John J, McKeithen, Ex-Offtclo Chairman 
Honorable Don L. Peterson, D.D.S., Vice Chairman 
Honorable Leo J. Kerne, M.D., Director 

Honorable George Van Kuren 

Honorable Gilbert C. Tomskey, M.D. 

Honorable Edward S. Bopp 

Honorable Mrs, Mary H. Connolly 

Honorable Allen A. Copping, D.D.S, 

Honorable Allen J. Eilender, Jr., M.D. 

Honorable William J. Guste, Jr. 
Honorable Richard W, Hughes, M.D. 

Honorable John L. Kron, M.D. 
Honorable Daniel P. Mclntire, M.D. 
Honorable A. N. Simmons, Jr. 
Honorable Carl T. Smith, Jr. 
Honorable Maurice O. Weilbaecher, M.D, 
Honorable Harold P. Haydel 



COMMITTEES 

Finance House 

Richard W. Hughes, M.D., Chairman Carl T. Smith, Jr., Chairman 
Edward S. Bopp Edward S. Bopp 

Daniel P. Mclntire, M.D. Allen J. Eilender, Jr., M.D. 

A. N. Simmons, Jr. A. N. Simmons, Jr. 

Harold P. Haydel George Van Kuren 

Harold P. Haydel 

Medical 

Gilbert C. Tomskey, M.D., Chnlrman 

Allen A. Copping, D.D.S, 

Allen J. Eilender, Jr., M.D. 

Richard W. Hughes, M.D. 

John L. Kron, M.D, 

Daniel P. Mclntire, M.D. 

Maurice O. Weilbaccher, M.D, 



Implementation 

William J. Guste, Jr., Chnlrmjin 
Mrs. Mary Connolly 
John L. Kron, M.D. 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

ANNUAL REPORT 

FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 1964 TO JUNE 30, 1965 

INDEX 

Board of Administrators T 

Departmental Staff $ 

Resident Staff 1« 

Intern Staff 21 

Visiting Staff ; 4 

LSU Division , 24 

Tulane Division 

Vice Chairman and Directors' Joint Report <o 

Accounting Department (Comments on Operations) 43 

Purchasing , , Ts 

Personnel Department , 83 

Ambulance Report jj4 

Sisters" Divisions: 

Nursing Service gg 

Director's Report gj 

Dietary Report 93 

Housekeeping Department , 9$ 

Out-Patient Department gg 

Operating Rooms 10! 

Contagious Unit 10 j 

Therapeutic Radiology 

Diagnostic Radiology 

Surgical Pathology 

Physical Therapy Department 

Klictrocardiograph Department , 

Electroencephalography Department (Brain Wave Station) 

Lung Station , 

Obstetrics „, 

Tumor Registry 

Medical Record Library « s<| 

Intake Department .. 4 

Volunteer 

Laundry 

Engineering Department ... 

j £j 

Pharmacy Department ... 

Premature Infant Care 

Maintenance Department 

8 



HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTAL STAFFS 
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1965 



ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT 

Leo J. Kerne, M.O., Director 

Louis Burroughs, M.D., Assistant Director 

John Adrian I, M.D., Assistant Director 

A. P. Richard, II, Administrative Assistant to Director 

Weldon Talley, Secretary-Treasurer 



PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT 
Alice B. Fortler, Acting Director 



TRAFFIC AND INFORMATION 
Alton Til I is, Building Service Superintendent 



BUILDING MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT 
Charles C. Thrascher, Manager 



ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 
William H. Sutherland, Manager 



LAUNDRY DEPARTMENT 
C. J. Allain, Manager 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 

Emma S. Moss, M.D., F.A.S.C.P., F.A.C.P., Director 

Certified American Board of Pathology, Anatomic Pathology, 

Clinical Pathology and Clinical Microbiology 

Monroe S. Samuels, M.D., Associate Pathologist 

J era Id R. Sc hen ken, M.D., Associate Pathologist 

Marion Hood, Ph.D., Microbiologist 



DEPARTMENT OF THERAPEUTIC RADIOLOGY 

Manuel Garcia, M.D., Directs* 
J. V. Schlosser, M.D., Assistant Director 



DEPARTMENT OF DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY 

Charles M. Nice, Jr., M.D., Director 
Ramon Mouton, M.D., Assistant Radiologist 



HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTAL STAFFS — (Continued) 



ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPH DEPARTMENT 
H. Tharp Poaey, M.D., Director 



ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH DEPARTMENT 
Louis Levy, II, M.D., Director 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 
Nathan H. Palmer, M.D., Director 



DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIA 

John Adrian!, M.D., Director 



LUNG STATION 
John H. Seabury, M.D., Director 



PREMATURE INFANT CARE CENTER 
Juan L. Washington, M.D., Director 



MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARY 
Eddie V, Cooksey, Librarian 



PHARMACY 

Sylvia Ching Bing, Chief Pharmacist 



ADMITTING ROOMS 
Mary Vogt, Screening Director 



SISTERS DIVISION 
Sister Alphonsa, R.N., B.S., F.A.C.H.A., Director 



NURSING SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

Sister Regis, R.N., B.S.N.Ed., Director 



OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 
Lenore Andries, R.N., Supervisor 

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HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTAL STAFFS— (Continued) 



ADMITTING, EMERGENCY AND OBSERVATION ROOMS 

Sister Edith, R.N., Supervisor 



OPERATING, ACCIDENT AND CYSTOSCOPIC ROOMS 

Miss M. LeBlanc, R.N., Supervisor 



CONTAGIOUS UNIT 
Sister Margaret Mary, R.N., Supervisor 



DIETARY DEPARTMENT 
Clyde Moore, Director 



HOUSEKEEPING DEPARTMENT 

Sister Clarisse, R.N., Director 



SCHOOL OF NURSING 
Sister Blanche, R.N., M.S., Director 



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OFFICERS OF THE CHARITY HOSPITAL MEDICAL 
STAFF AND CREDENTIALS COMMITTEE 

July 1, 1965 — June 30, 1965 

R. M. Paddimon, M.D., President 

F. M. Hunter, M.D., Vice-President 

H. C. McGill, Jr., M.D., Secretary 

E. E. Jeansonne, D.D.S., Dental Representative 

H. E. Dascomb, M.D. 

K. Reemtsma, M.D. 

W. W. Waring, M.D. 

J. G. Mule, M.D. 

OFFICERS OF THE CHARITY HOSPITAL 
RESIDENT STAFF 

C. E. Floyd, M.D., President 

D. Sinclair, M.D., Vice-President 

Patricia Cook, M.D., Secretary 

OFFICERS OF THE CHARITY HOSPITAL 
INTERN STAFF 

Newton Quantz, M.D., President 

Vincent Vincent, 111, M.D., Vice-President 

William Brignance, M.D., Secretary 

CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF 



Rank 

MEDICINE, TtTLANE DIVISION 

Ranald B. George, M.D , 3rd yr. 

Jack Q. Casey, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

Jamea W. Cheek, M.D 3rd yr. 

Q*orge L, Foster, M.D , \ .2t& yr. 

Clifford C. H. Lee. M.D 3rd yr. 

George C. Mcllheran .3rd yr. 

Alfred J. Rufty, M.D .3rd yr. 

Jack C. Castrogiovannl, M.D 3rd yr. 

Peter W, Rowland, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 
Samuel Greenbergr, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd vr. 
Arnold B. Alper, M.D 3rd yr, 

2nd yr. 

Dean B. Ellithorpe, M.D 2nd yr. 

Louis T. Maumus, M.D ' 2nd yr. 

Thomas D. Giles, M.D .2nd yr. 

Thomas Oelsner, M.D 'nd yr 

Gordon C. Miller, M.D ..2nd yr! 

Harry J, Schmidt. M.D 2nd yr. 

John O. Binns. M.D 1st yr. 

Luther H. Fuicher, Jr.. M.D. ......... ....... 1st yr! 



Dates o 


f Service 


From 


To 


8/ 1/63 


7/31/64 


8/ 5/64 


8/ 4/65 


8/ 5/83 


8/ 4/64 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/85 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/66 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 




7/ 1/64 


8 '80 tir, 


9/ 1/64 


8/31/65 


9/ 1/63 


R /3I/65 


10/16/64 


10/16/65 


10/16/63 


10/1 


11 8/64 


7/ 7/6B 


10/ 1/6S 


7/ 1 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/3(1 8| 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/B4 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


9/ 1/63 


8/31/64 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 



12 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 

Datea of Service 
Rank From To 

Howard H. Russell, Jr., M.D 1st yr. 7/ 1/84 6/80/65 

Wesley Wayne Lake, M.D 1st yr. 7/ 1/64 9/30/64 

(Active Duty 10/1/64) 

Richard Eaton Leach 1st yr. 7/1/64 12/81/64 

(Active Duty 1/1/65) 

Melvyn M. Kaneshlrr, Jr., M.D. ...lstyr. 7/1/84 6/30/65 

Elizabeth R. Gary, M.D 1st yr. 7/1/64 6/30/65 

Robert J. Myerburg, M.D. 1st yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Metvln P. Morgan, M.D 1st yr. 7/13/64 7/12/66 

Robert M. Pattern, M.D. ., lstyr. 1/1/65 6/30/65 

MEDICINE, LSU DIVISION 

Hubert J. Wairuespack, M.D. 3rd yr. 7/16/G3 7/15/64 

Lionel H Head, M.D. 3rd yr, 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Paul Bagalman, M.D. 3rd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Charles C. Mary, M.D 3rd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/86 

Russell C. Klein, M.D 3rd yr. 7/16/64 T/14/65 

2nd yr. 7/16/63 7/14/84 

James O. Lilly. M.D 3rd yr. 9/1/84 3/31/86 

2nd yr. 9/ 1/G3 8/31/64 

Edward E, Thomhill, M.D. 3rd yr. 7/3/64 7/ 8/65 

2nd yr. 7/ 9/63 7/ 8/64 

Anthony M. Wolfe, M.D. ..3rdyr. 8/1/64 7/31/66 

2nd yr. 8/ 1/63 7/31/64 

Lester L. Ducote, M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/64 6/30/66 

Findlay G. Maier, M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/64 6/30/66 

George L. Bailey, M.D , 2nd yr. 7/1/64 6/30/65 

Danny L. Stehr. M.D. 2nd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Boyd O. Whltlock, M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/64 8/30/65 

George T. McKnight, M.D 2nd yr. 3/1 i 3/15/68 

1st yr. 3/16/84 1/15/65 

Alice L McC. Boylen, M.D. lstyr. 7/1/84 6/18/85 

(Leave of Absence from 8/1/64 to 10/31/64) 

Carl T. Boylen, M.D. lstyr. 7/1/64 9/14/64 

(Active Duty 9/15/64) 

Thomas B. Cocke. M.D lstyr. 7/1/64 6/30/86 

Clarence R. Teagle, M.D. 1st yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/66 

Pedro Vargas, M.D lstyr. 7/1/64 8/81/64 

(Active Duty 9/1/84) 

Antonio M. Munlz, M.D. 1st yr. 7/ 1/64 8/30/66 

Thomas C. Alexander, M.D lstyr. 7/1/64 6/30/65 

Ray Cinnater, M.D lstyr. 9/1/84 T/31/65 

Alice H. Maier, M.D 1st yr. 12/ 1/63 11/30/64 

(Resigned) 



TRAINEES— First Tear 

Molses M. Zoner. M.D 1st yr. 

Bergthora Slgurdardottir, M.D 1st yr. 

PEDIATRICS, TULANE DIVISION 

v <\ Morchower, M.D. 2nd yr. 

D. I. Wilkinson, M.D 2nd yr. 

Marvyn D. Cohen, M.D 2nd yr. 

Jerry A. Davis, M.D 2nd yr. 

John H. Overton, M.D. 2nd yr. 

Carolyn Vtllnrrubia, M.D 2nd yr. 

John P. Hanley, M.D 2nd yr. 

Marcus C. Thomas, M.D 2nd yr. 

John L. Hutcherson, M.D 2nd yr. 



7/24/64 


7/23/66 


1/16/65 


1/15/68 


7/ 1/84 


8/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/85 


7/ 1/64 




7/ 1/64 


1 30/65 


7/ 1/84 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


8/SO/65 


7/ 1/64 


1/* 


5/ 5/84 


5/ 4/85 


9/ 1/64 


8/31/65 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 

Dates of Service 

Rank From To 

William J. Can-, Jr.. M.D 1st yr. 7/ 1/84 6/30/65 

Sandra Kay Knight. M.D 1st yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Robert W. Mackey, M.D. 1st yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Roy P. Kuboyama, M.D. 1st yr. 7/1/64 8/30/65 

Horry J. Sherman, M.D 1st yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Garden Johnston, M.D. 1st yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

James W. Maxwell, M.D. 1st yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

PEDIATRICS, LSU DIVISION 

Angela K. Lobue, M.D. , 2nd yr. 8/27/63 8/26/64 

Bernard Hirsch, M.D 2nd yr. 10/ 1/63 9/30/64 

Charles C. Berfrand. M.D 2nd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Charles D. Hancock, M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/64 8/30/65 

Jerry P. Casey, MJ). 2nd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Donald G. James, M.D 2nd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

John C. Warner, M.D. 2nd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Ralph W. Baucum, M.D 2nd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Henry J. Dalgle, M.D 2nd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Nancy L, Kllesch, M.D 1st yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Byron L, Aucoin, M.D 1st yr. 8/ 1/64 7/31/65 

PSYCHIATRY, TULANE DIVISION 

David Barton, M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/64 6/30/65 

Eugene G. Coatee, M.D 2nd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Wm. B. Drummond, M.D. 2nd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/66 

Walter H. Fanbui-g, M.D 2nd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/66 

Burton Podnos, M.D 2nd yr. 7/16/64 7/15/65 

1st yr. 7/16/63 7/15/64 

Martin S. Posner, M.D. 1st yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/6E 

Stanley C. Uoskind, M.D 1st yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/6S 

Ronald J. Kleber, M.D 1st yr. 7/1/64 8/30/66 

NEUROLOGY, TULANE DIVISION 

Evan P, Howell, M.D 2nd yr. 7/ 1/64 8/30/65 

PSYCHIATRY, LSU DIVISION 

Laura C. Thomhlll, M.D 2nd yr. 9/16/64 9/15/66 

1st yr. 7/ 1/63 9/15/64 
(Leave of Absence from 12/1/63 to 2/15/64Y 

Phlllu a, Sohaeffer, M.D 2nd yr. 7/16/64 T/15/6S 

1st yr. 7/16/63 7 15/64 

Robert J. Ourso, M.D 2nd yr. 1/10/65 1/ !> 

_ . _ 1st yr. 1/10/64 1/ 9/66 

John T. Halkias, M.D. 1st yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

tt alter L. Gulllot, Jr., M.D 1st yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/66 

Elodio Pons, M.D 1st yr. 10/15/64 10/14/66 

NEUROLOGY, LSU DIVISION 

Patricia S. Cook, M.D 3rd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Donald urrea, M.D , 3rd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

l"!m M. Hopper. M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/64 8/30/65 

Paul F. Larson, M.D 1st yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

DERMATOLOGY, TULANE DIVISION 

Melvin A. Halrston, M.D. 3rd yr. 7/ 9/64 7/ 8/65 

2nd yr. 7/ 9/63 7/ 8/64 

Fernando E. Palomeque, M.D 3rd yr. 7/1/64 B/S0/66 

Kenneth L Cummings, M.D 2nd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/S0/65 

John M. Yarborough, M.D 2nd yr. 8/ 1/64 /65 

1st yr. 8/ 1/63 7/31/64 

William Rodney Clement, M.D 1st yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/66 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 

Dates of Service 

Rank From To 

DERMATOLOGY, LSU DIVISION 

Joe H. Lee, M.D 3rd yr. 7/ 1/64 8/30/86 

Willis I, Cottel, M.D 3rd yr. 7/ 1/64 8/31/65 

Lucius M. Lamar, M.D 3rd yr. 7/16/64 7/15/65 

2nd yr. 7/16/6S 7/15/64 

George A. Farber, M.D. 2nd yr. 7/1/64 6/30/65 

Ann Bennett, MJ3 2nd yr, 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

SURGERY, TULANE DIVISION 

Prentiss E. Smith, Jr., M.D, 4th yr. 7/1/64 6/30/65 

Robert L. Hewitt, M.D. 4th yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

James E, Brown, M.D 4th yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

(Farmed out entire period to Lallle Kfmp Charity Hospital) 

C. Roger Youmans, M.D. 4th yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

(Farmed out entire period to Huey P. Long Charity Hospital) 

Palmer J. Texada, M.D. .. , 4th yr, 7/1/64 8/30/65 

(Farmed out entire period to Huey P. Long Charity Hospital) 

James R. Gantt, M.D 4th yr. 7/16/64 7/15/66 

3rd yr. 7/16/63 7/15/64 

Arthur J. Axelrod, M.D 4th yr. 9/96 3/18/66 

3rd yr. 3/19/64 3/18/65 

Earl Z. Browne, M.D 3rd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Philip L. Brewer, M.D, 3rd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Ronald J. Segar, M.D 3rd yr, 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Edwin C. McGough, M.D 3rd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/66 

Marvin T. Green, M.D 3rd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/66 

Louis F. Knoepp, Jr., M.D. 2nd yr, 7/1/64 6/30/66 

Charles P. Abbott, M.D. 2nd yr. 7/1/64 6/30/66 

Rudolph F. Weichert, III, M,D 2nd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/3n /ft 

White E. Gibson, M.D 2nd yr. 8/ 4/64 8/ 3/B5 

1st yr. 1/ 1/64 8/ 3/64 

George A. Aldrldge, M.D. 1st yr. 7/1/64 6/30/66 

Gerald A. Bau^h, M.D 1st yr, 7/ 1/64 9/90 16 

Wm. R. Bridges, M.D 1st yr. 7/1/64 6/30/66 

Edward F, Downing, M.D 1st yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

David J. Drez, Jr., M.D .1st yr. 7/ 1/64 9/SO/fE 

Russell C. Lowery, M.D .1st yr. 7/1/64 6/30/65 

Davis Campbell McCool, M.D 1st yr. 7/1/64 

Expired June 2, 1966 

Donald Jerome Falmisano, M.D 1st yr. 7/ 1/64 6/80/65 

Maunsel B. Pearce, M.D Istyr. 7/1/64 6/30/65 

Ernest L. Pope, M.D ...Istyr. 7/1/64 6/30/65 

Louie Cecil Wilson, M.D Istyr. 7/1/84 6/30/65 

William C. Woolverton, M.D. 1st yr. 7/1/64 8/31/64 

(Active duty 9/1/64) 

THORACIC SURGERY, TULANE DIVISION 

Frank Ernest Schmidt, M.D 1st yr, 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

1'iirik Hampton Davis, M.D. Istyr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/6.1 

NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY, TULANE DIVISION 

Wm, L. Fisher, Jr., M.D 4th yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

SUKCIiRV. LSU DIVISION 

Cecil E. Floyd, M.D 4th yr. 7/1/64 6/30/66 

OIney M. Patrick, M.D. 4th yr. 7/1/64 6/30/66 

Cruz M. Hernandez. M.D 4th yr. 7/ 9/64 6/30/65 

3rd yr, 7/ 9/63 7/ 8/54 

Hamp S. Pratt, M.D. 4th yr. 7/24/64 7/23/66 

3rd yr. 7/24/63 7/23/64 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 

Dates of Service 

Rank From To 

David A. Wellbaecher, M.D. 3rd yr. 7/1/64 6/30/6E 

Felix J. Mathleu, M.D. 3rd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Reece Lewis Crow, Jr., M.D 3rd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/66 

Leopold Richard. Jr., M.D. 3rd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Kay Moore, M.D 3rd yr. 9/1/64 8/31/65 

.. _ 2nd yr. 9/ 1/63 8/31/64 

Arnold DeMarco, M.D 3rd yr. 10/ 1/64 9/30/65 

, . 2nd yr. 10/ 1/63 9/30/64 

Isadore Brickman, M.D. 2nd yr. 7/1/64 6/30/65 

Frank C. DiVlneentl, M.D. 2nd yr. 7/1/64 6/30/85 

Earle W. Sudderth, Jr., M.D 2nd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Mack A, Thomas, M.D. 2nd yr. 7/1/64 6/30/65 

Donald R. Bergman, M.D. 2nd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/S0/65 

Homayoon Ganjl, M.D 2nd yr. 9/16/64 9/15/6S 

1st yr. 9/16/63 9/3 

John E. Dorman, M.D 2nd yr. 10/1/64 9/31/65 

m _ _ , 1st yr. 10/ 1/63 9/30/64 

Virgil Holt Crowder. Jr.. M.D 1st yr. 7/ 1/84 6/30/65 

f^ «" . TU ' MD lst *' r - 7 / 1 ^ M 6/30/65 

i amM R - Armstrong, M.D. 1st yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Cyrus McGlnty, M.D lst yr . 7/ 1/64 9/30/64 

(Resigned) 
THORACIC SURGERY, LSU DIVISION 

James S. Shelby, M.D 2nd yr. 5/16/64 6/30/65 

Robert L. Carter, MD. ut yr. 7/1/64 6/80/65 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, TULANE DIVISION 

Glenn L. Wegener, M.D 3rd yr. 11/ 9/63 11/ 8/64 

Dantel A. Trlplett, M.D 3rd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

John K, Abide, M.D 3rd yr. 7/1/64 6/30/65 

Charles K. Fischer, M.D 3rd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Myron Schonborn, M.D Srd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

James H. Blair. M.D 3rd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/66 

Marston Leigh, M.D 3rd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/66 

Marlon L. Cockrell, Jr., M.D 2nd vr. 7/1/64 6/S0/M 

Goodman B. Espy, III, M.D. 2nd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

Charles A. Frazer. M.D 2nd yr. 7/1/64 9/80/645 

\V illard J. Win*, M.D 2nd yr . ?/ 1/6 4 6 SO ,;r. 

Robert J. Schmidt, M.D 2nd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/6K 

n."l- i ttenaudin. M.D 2nd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/80/65 

£ f ? r „ d 3- Z lnn - M - D lst » V V u e/so/el 

I , t K - Fl V tt ^^- M.D 1st yr. 7/ 1/64 6 80 ,;;, 

Pa (.1 W. Oberdorfer, M.D 1st yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/6S 

"'• B - B***». M.D .1st yr. 7/ 1/64 .; SO ,: : , 

Henry T. X 0E uchl, M.D lrt * r . 7/ 1/64 8 :<.. £ 

John Ferrell Moffett M.D 1st yr. 7/6/6* ^'fs/ts 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, LSU DIVISION 

Wallace P. Begneaud, M.D 3rd yr. 10/ 1/63 8/30/64 

John Lee Haggard, M.D 3rd yr. 9/1/63 B/»1/«j 

Robert R. Young, M.D 3rd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/30/65 

i a "?f? , L Jf hIe y- M - D 3rd yr. 7/ 1/64 6/80/66 

Rodrick D. Thelrlng, M.D 3rd y r . 7/1/64 8/tO/S 

Herman L Fontenelle. M.D 3rd yr. 7/ 1/64 B '80 SB 

David M. Margulica, M.D 3rd yr. 7/1/64 6/«0/«B 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

Alton R. Nix, M.D. 3rd yr, 

Joel J. Comeaux, M.D 3rd yr. 

Joseph E. Payssee, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 
Win. O. J«ansonne, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

George C, Moore. M.D 2nd yr. 

Anthony B. Legglo, M.D. 2nd yr. 

Robert V. Caaayoux, M.D 2nd yr. 

Korer L. Gass, M.D .2nd yr. 

Jock A. Andonle, M.D. 2nd yr. 

Ellis D. Lindsey, M.D. 2nd yr. 

John E. Stafford, M.D, 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

M. Harry Janzen, M.D 2nd yr, 

Richard J. Clement, M.D. 1st yr. 

Calvin C. McManus, M.D 1st yr. 

Philip D. Martin. M.D. 1st yr. 

Stephen W. McCann, M.D. . 1st yr. 

Cordon S. Bowers, M.D 1st yr. 

Joseph J. Williams, M.D 1st yr. 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY, TULANE DIVISION 

Eugene J. Debexlea, M.D. 4th yr. 

Richard A. Lfnwood, M.D 4th yr. 

Robert J. Collins, M.D. 4th yr. 

Jack F, Loupe, M.D 3rd yr. 

Robert W. Hunt, M.D. 3rd yr. 

Randall A, Williams, M.D. 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

Salvador H. LaRocea, M.D 2nd yr. 

Robert O, Bateman. M.D 2nd yr. 

Ralph S. Owings, Jr., M.D 2nd yr. 

iBarry D. Wassel, M.D 2nd yr. 

Robert I,. Jones, Jr., M.D, 1st yr. 

George N. Byram, Jr., M.D 1st yr. 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY, LSU DIVISION 

Donald E. Wahlen, M.D 4th yr. 

James E, Weilbaecher, M.D 4th yr. 

Stuart r, Phillips, M.D 4th yr. 

Bernard J. Fogel, M.D 4th yr. 

3rd yr. 

Daniel S. Sinclair, M.D 3rd yr. 

Robert A. Fleming, M.D. 3rd yr. 

.lames H. Larrlvlere, M.D 3rd yr. 

Frank Schlavl. Jr., M.D. 2nd yr. 

Kenneth C. Cranor, M.D 2nd yr. 

Rayland J. Beurlot, M.D 2nd yr. 

lat yr. 
Robert E. Ruel, Jr., M.D. 1st yr. 

Frederick L. Mayer, M.D 1st yr. 

TRAINEE 

Chau- Yuh Lai, M.D. 2nd yr. 

OPHTHALMOLOGY, TULANE DIVISION 

Samuel M. Emerson, M.D 3rd yr. 



Dates of Service 


From 


To 


7/ 1/64 


e/30/ee 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/85 


8/ 1/64 


7/S1/65 


8/ 1/03 


7/31/64 


1/16/65 


1/16/66 


1/16/64 


1/15/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


8/30/65 


7/16/64 


7/16/65 


7/16/63 


7/16/64 


1/ 1/65 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7 15/64 


7/14/66 


7/ 7/64 


7/ 6/65 


7/ 6/64 


7/ 5/66 


7/15/64 


7/14/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


4/16/65 


4/15/66 


4/16/64 


4/15/6S 


7/ 1/64 


6/80/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/311 T, r, 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ l/Y.-l 


6/30/66 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/80/65 


7/ 1 M 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/6S 


7/12/64 


7'll/65 


7/12/G3 


7/11/64 


7/ 1/64 


8/S0/6S 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/6G 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/94 


6/80/05 


n/ 9/64 


7/ 8/65 


9/ 9/63 


9/ 8/64 


7/ 1/64 


8/15/64 


(Active duty 8/16/64> 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 



7/ 1/64 12/31/64 
(Resigned) 



7/ 1/64 



1/tO/ftB 



17 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF — {Continued) 



Rank 

David Lee McNeill, M.D, 3rd yr. 

Wllard o. Tirrlll, M.D Srd yr. 

OPHTHALMOLOGY, LSU DIVISION 

John W. Huneke, M.D Srd yr. 

Dean W. Larson, M.D 3rd yr, 

Roger Graetz, M.D, 2nd yr. 

Kirk A. Patrick, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

Rodney F. Kalil, M.D 1st yr. 

Hubert P. Taylor, M.D 1st yr. 

OTHOLARYNGOLOGY, TULANE DIVISION 

Thomas A. Graves, M.D. 3rd yr. 

Donovan B. Foote, M.D 3rd yr. 

Swepson, P. Fraaer, Jr., M.D 2nd yr. 

Harry E. Burrow, M.D. 2nd yr, 

John Youngblood, M.D 1st yr. 

Joseph Villard, Jr., M.D. 1st yr! 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY, LSU DIVISION 

George A. Adcock, M.D ,4th yr. 

James D. Gordon, M.D 3rd yr. 

John C. Hart, M.D .Srd yr! 

Louis G, Cucinotta, M.D 2nd yr. 

Philip H. Biodget. M.D , 2nd yr. 

John Frederick Klees, M.D 1st yr. 

Thomas W. Graves, MD. !.lstyr. 

Thomas E. Tate, M.D 1st yr. 

UROLOGY. TULANE DIVISION 

James Burden, M.D 4th yc t 

Blackwel] Evans. M.D. ..!!! 1 !!!!!!!!!!! 4th yr! 

Wilbum O. Brazil, M.D 3rd yr. 

Irvin P. Plaisance. Jr., M.D 3rd yr 

Robert E. Jones, M.D 2nd yr. 

Lynn Banowsky, M.D. 2nd yr 

Jacob B. GoH, M.D .'.'.".'.'.' .'.".'.'.'.".'. 1st yr! 

Leonard H. Bernstein, M.D !!.!.'."!.'!! 1st yr! 

UROLOGY. LSU DIVISION 

Roy J. Dugas. M.D 4th yr. 

R. Smith Murray, M.D 4th yr, 

3rd yr. 

James R. Hatcher, M.D. 3rd yr. 

Juan C. Vollenweider, M.D 3rd yr. 

Gerald R, LaNasa, M.D. 3rd yr. 

Prank Graffagnlno, M.D .'.',' .".'.". '.".', .2nd yr! 

tfield Bryan, M.D 2nd yr. 

James J. Leonard, M.D. 1st yr. 

Sidney V. Worthy, M.D. !!lstyr! 

ANESTHESIOLOGY 

Edwin S. Hyde, M.D 3rd yr. 

Reene Landesman, M.D 3rd yr. 

David L, Scally, M.D 3rd yr. 

Harmon C. Landesman, M.D 2nd yr. 

Paul A. Lea, M.D. 2nd yr. 



Dates o 


f Service 


From 


To 


11 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/66 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


11 1/64 


6/30/65 


3/10/6S 


3/ 9/66 


3/10/64 


3/ 9/6G 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


11 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/66 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


8/10/64 


8/ 9/66 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/66 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


11 1/64 


6/30/66 


11 1/64 


6/30/65 


11 1/64 


6/30/65 


11 1/64 


6/30/65 


11 1/64 


7/31/64 




(Resigned) 


9/ 1/64 


8/31/65 


11 1/64 


6/30/66 


7/ 1/64 


6/S0/66 


11 1/64 


6/30/65 


11 1/64 


6/30/66 


11 1/64 


6/30/65 


11 1/64 


6/30/65 


11 1/64 


6/30/65 


11 1/64 


6/30/65 


6/15/64 


6/14/66 


11/ 1/64 


10/31/65 


1/ 1/64 


it/64 


11 1/64 


6/30/66 


11 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/66 


11 1/64 


6/30/66 


11 1/64 


6/30/66 


11 1/64 


S 'SO »--, 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


11 1/64 


6/30/66 


11 1/64 


6/30/66 


11 1/64 


6 '80/e« 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


3/ 1/64 





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CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

John R, Davis, M.D. . 2nd yr, 

1st yr. 
Jo Ann Levitt, M.D. 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

(Leave of Absence — 6/1/64) 9/ 9/6* 

A Benson Cannon, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 
Lyal G. Williams, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

Hilda G. Heidingsf eider. M.D. 2nd yr. 

John E. Mcintosh, M.D. 2nd. yr. 

(Leave of Absence — 8/16/64-12/31/64) 

Frank A. Hava, M.D 1st yr. 

Barrie C. Iliern, M.D. 1st yr. 

Frances E. Nixon, M.D. 1st yi. 

Katherine A. Aidrldge, M.D 1st yr. 

Charles Lomanto, M.D, 1st yr. 

Charles G. Battigr. M.D 1st yr. 

William li. Harmon, M.D. let yr. 

Joseph B. McMiilon, M.D 1st yr. 

TRAINEE 

Keith Boon, M.D. 1st yr. 

RADIOLOGY 

James A. Meyers, M.D 3rd yr. 

Duane E. Blickenstaff. M.D .3rd yr. 

John D. Heard. M.D. 3rd yr. 

Lowell M. Hurwitz. M.D 3rd yr. 

George H. Wood, III, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 
James M. Budd, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 
Frank L. Schmidt, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

Bill V. Hewett, M.D 2nd yr. 

Alton M. Bujard, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

Michael W, Fa-Kourt, M.D 1st yr. 

Lawrence E. Tujague. M.D 1st yr. 

Curtis Duplechain, M.D. 1st yr. 

Daniel Prescott Miller, M.D, 1st yr, 

William L. Graham, M.D 1st yr. 

Dennis L. Porch, M.D 1st yr. 

Albert B, Henry, M.D. 1st yr. 

PATHOLOGY, TULANE DIVISION 

Wayne G. Elliott, M.D. 3rd y r. 

Julian C. Henderson, M.D. 3rd yr. 

Rodney F. Holcomb, M -D 3rd yr. 

3rd yr. 

Thomas F. Gilchrist, M.D 2nd yr, 

Edward E. Pennington, M.D 1st yr. 

Robert E. Treuting, M.D 1st yr. 

Everette S. Havard, M.D 1st yr. 

PATHOLOGY, LSU DIVISION 
John D. Milam, M.D 4th yr. 



Dates of Service 

From To 



9/16/64 


9/15/65 


9/16/63 


9/15/64 


1/11/65 


1/18/6S 




(Resigned) 


10/ 1/63 


6/31/64 


9/10/64 


1/10/65 


10/ 1/64 


9/30/65 


10/ 1/6S 


9/30/65 


1/1 i 65 


1/15/66 


1/16/64 


1/16/65 


3/ 1/65 


2/23/66 


8/ 1/64 


8/16/64 


1/ 1/66 


3/16/66 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/C4 


6/30/66 


7/ 1/64 


7/31/64 




(Resigned) 


11 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/66 


1/ 1/65 


12/31/64 


3/ 1/65 


8/31/65 


1/ 1/65 


12/31/65 


1/ 1/65 


12/31/66 


8/15/63 


8/14/64 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/66 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/16/64 


7/16/05 


7, 16/63 


7/15/64 


10/ 1/64 


9/30/66 


10/ 1 fto 


9/30/64 


9/ 1/64 


8/31/65 


9/ 1/63 


8/31/64 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/15/64 


7/14/6S 


1/15/64 


7/14/64 


7/ 1/64 


6/80/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


;tfi/6B 


7/ 1/64 


7/31/64 


(Active duty S/1/S4) 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/66 


11 1/64 


e/80/flS 


7/ 1/64 


i 10/fiS 


7/11/64 


7/10/65 


7/11/63 


7/10/64 


7/ 1/64 


6/80/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/66 


9/ 1/64 


3/31/85 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 



7/ 1/64 



6/30 ,/6E 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

Robert S. White, M.D. 4th yr. 

Michel S. Medawar, M.D 3rd yr. 

Marlon Q. Simpson, M.D 3rd yr 

Bryce BILsa, M.D 2nd yr 

Guy J. Guarino, M.D. 2nd yr 

Paul D. Gerd, M.D. 2nd yr* 

Travia J. Harrison, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

ORAL SURGERY, LOYOLA DIVISION 

James R. Boyce, D.D.B 2nd yr 

Robert D. Heckel, D.D.S 2nd yr 

Bruce W, Novark, D.D.S, 2nd yr 

Charles B. Jones, D.D.S. 1st yr 

John R. Watts, D.D.S 1st yr . 

Nelson D. Castellano, D.D.S !!lstyr 

Edward D. Spire, D.D.S 1st yr! 



Dates of Service 
From To 



2/ 1/64 


1/31/66 


7/ 1/64 


6/80/66 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


1/ 1/64 


12/31/64 


1/ 1/65 


12/31/66 


7/ 1/64 


12/31/64 


7/ 1/64 


6/80/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/66 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/80/6S 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/65 


7/ 1/64 


6/30/66 



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INTERN STAFF 
L.S.U. Division 

ROTATING INTERNS 

July 1, 1964— June 30, 1965 

Alejandro Jos© Alllon-Perez, M.D. Ervin J. Jlndrich, M.D, 

George E. Barnes. MXt. James W. Johnson, M.D. 

Lawrence James Caaazza, M.D. Leo Levy Lowentritt, Jr., M.D. 

Stewart Patrick Chase, M.D. Robert Augustus McCormlck, Jr., M.D. 

Jack D, Clayton, M.D. Robert Michael Murfee, M.D. 

Charles Hawkins Crocker, M.D. James Howard Patterson, Jr., M.D, 

Charles Lamar Elliott, M.D. Newton Gaston Quartz, Jr., M.D. 

Miller Banner Engelhardt. M.D. Harvey Barry Rlfkln, M.D. 

Darwin Lockard Fielder, Jr., M.D. Shed Hill Roberson, Jr., M.D. 

William Allison Guynes, Jr., M.D. John Franklin Tannehlll, M.D. 

William Ralph Hardcastle, M.D. Sidney Holt Warren, Jr., M.D. 

James Edward Harrell, M.D, Charles Michael Watson, M.D, 

Benjamin Franklin Hatchett, M.D. Sylvia Vanon Wilson, M.D. 

William Rene Healy, M.D. Rodolfo G, Zaffirinl, Jr., M.D. 

July 1, 1964 — February 14, 1965 
Lewis A. McCormick, M.D. 

October 1, 1964 — September 30, 1965 
Marcos Roiter, M.D. 

INTERNS— MIXED AND STRAIGHT PROGRAMS 

July 1, 1964 — June 30, 1965 

Straight Medicine 
Marvin Ira Schwarz, M.D. 

Straight Surgery 
Dale Winston Bennett, M.D. Samuel Edward Weinberg, M.D, 

David Huff Sewell, MJD. Steve Zax, M.D. 

September 1, 1964 — August 31, 1965 

Straight Obstetrics and Gynecology 
Dale Brown, Jr., M.D, 

July 1, 1964— June 30, 1965 

Mixed Medicine 

Samuel Lupin, M.D. Louis Clyde Waddell, Jr., M.D. 

Michel Henry Nahmad, M.D. Hugh Stwart Welly, M.D, 
Edward Spoto, Jr., M.D. 

July 1, 1964 — August 31, 1965 

Mixed Medicine 
Judith Tapper Patrick, M.D. (Leave from 9/1/64 to 10/31/64) 

December 1, 1964 — November 30, 1965 

Mixed Medicine 
James Franklin Pierce, M.D. 

July 1, 1964 — June 30, 1965 

Mixed Pediatrics 
William H. Brigance, M.D. Richard Charles Schmidt, M.D. 

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INTERN STAFF— (Continued) 

Mixed Obstetrics and Gynecology 
James W, Bohm, M.D. Vincent Vincent, m, M.D. 

Mixed Surgery 
R^dolfo Cells, M.D. Oscar Marshall Grablowsky, M,D, 

William Kent Cutrer, M.D, Hamilton Emery Hunt, M.D. 

Mixed Pathology 
Edward Linn Heartfield, M.D. David Ward Meeker, M.D. 

July 1, 1964— June 30, 1965 

James William Araishaw, M.D. James Joseph Hodge, M.D. 

Frank Owen BasUan, M.D. David Lloyd Keegan, M.D. 

Joseph James Blundo, Jr., M.D. Clinton John LaGrange, MJD. 

James Louis Bradford, Jr., M.D. Richard J. Dorentz, M.D. 

Lester Purvln Dulltz, M.D. Earl Joseph Rozas, M.D. 

Douglas Alan Farr. M.D, Ralph Charles Sagrera, MJD. 

Peter Carl Gay, M.D. Joan Marie Shean, M.D. 

Carroll Joseph Gulnn, M.D. William George Sommer, M.D. 

Marvin Dale Harrah, M.D. William Hlnton Steen, Jr., M.D. 

August 1, 1963 — August 31, 1964 
Angel R. Garcla-Marln, M.D. 

INTERNS— MIXED AND STRAIGHT PROGRAMS 

July 1, 1964 — June 30, 1965 

Straight Medicine 
William Green Cushard, Jr., M.D. 

January 1, 1964 — January 15, 1965 

Straight Medicine 
Bergthora Slgurdardottlr, M.D, 

July 1, 1964— June 30, 1965 

Straight Pathology 
Vlck Franklin Williams, M.D. 

Mixed Medicine 
Samuel H. Baillne, M.D. James Calhoun Odom, M.D. 

William Tlsdale Barfield, M.D. Karl James Plzzolatto, M.D. 

Albert Richard Come, M.D. William Baxter WaeJdill, Jr., M.D. 
Alvln Simon Merlin, M.D. 

July 1, 1964— July 81, 1965 

Mixed Medicine 
John D. Newman, M.D. 

July 1, 1963— August 31, 1964 

Mixed Medicine 
Gerald E. A. Miller, M.D. 

October 1, 1963 — September 30, 1964 

Mixed Medicine 
John A. Householder, M.D. 

July 1, 1964 — June 30, 1965 

Mixed Pediatrics 
Ronald Howard Schneider, M.D, 



INTERN STAFF— (Continued) 

July 1, 1964— July 31, 1965 

Mixed Pediatrics 
Carl Samuel Merlin, M.D, 

July 1, 1964 — J une 30, 1965 

Mixed Pathology 
Philip Royce Avet, Jr., M.D. 

ORAL SURGERY INTERNS— LOYOLA DIVISION 

July 1, 1964— June 30, 1965 
Leon F. Fouraet, D.D.S. Daniel E. Zelenka, D.D.S. 

Michael W. Fink, D.D.S. 

July 16, 1964— July 15, 1965 
Gerald C. Hecker, D.D.S. 

October 1, 1964 — September 30, 1966 
M. George Moutoa, D.D.S. 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
HONORARY MEDICAL STAFF 
July 1, 1964 — June 30, 1965 

Euclid J. Richard, M.D. 

Honorary Consultant — General Surgery 
Appointed to the Honorary Staff by the Board of Administrators on 

June 26. 1962. 

Adolph Jacobs, M.D. 

Honorary Consultant — Obstetrics -Gynecology 
Appointed to the Honorary Staff by the Board of Administrators on 

June 24, 1962. 



J. L. Locasclo, M.D, 



MEDICAL STAFF 

L.S.U. Division 
HEAD OF DIVISION 

W. W. Frye, M.D. 

MEDICINE 

Edgar Hull, M.D.. Physician -In-Chief 

Consultants 

N. P. Thlberge, M.D. 



G, S. Bercnson, M.D. 
Oscar Blitz, M.D. 
J. E. Blum, M.D. 
John B. Bobear, M.D. 
H. E. Daseomb, M.D. 
Carl J. Dlcharry, M.D. 
H. J. Dupuy, M.D. 
F. A. Elgenbrod. M.D. 
A A. Flores, M.D. 
W. W. Frye, M.D. 
J. E. Garcia, M.D. 
N. S, Gilbert, M.D, 
D. L. Gordon, M.D. 

C. J. Gulotta, M.D. 
S. Halle, M.D. 

D. W, Hayes, M.D. 
Walter J. Hollls, M.D. 
Edgar Hull, M.D. 

P. B. Johnson, M.D. 
M. W. Jumel, M.D. 



J. E. Ball, M.D. 
J. N. Bickers. M.D. 
W. G. Blackard. M.D. 



Senior Visiting Physicians 



J. T. Leckert. M.D. 
L. Levy, II, M.D. 
Carl B. Luikart, M.D. 
W. M. Luikart, M.D. 
Gordon McHardy, M.D. 
J. I. Martinez -Lopez, M.D. 
L. A Monte, M.D. 

B. O. Morrison, M.D. 
K. G. Nix, M.D. 
Luis Ochs, M.D. 

H. D. Ogden, M.D. 
Carl Rabin, M.D. 
J, P. Rail, M.D. 
J. S. Salatich, M.D. 
J. H. Seabury, M.D. 
Morris Shu shan. M.D. 
J. J. SiBnni-elll. M.D. 
P. M. Tiller, M.D. 

C. A Wagrerenspack, M.D. 
J. O. Weltbaecher. M.D. 



Visiting Physicians 



L. D. Eultraan, M.D. 
L. Burroughs, M.D. 
J. E Hand, M.D. 



U 



MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 



R B. Haspel, M.D. 
R. C. Judlce, M.D. 
David D. Kabn, M.D, 
Meyer Kaplan, M.D. 
Leo A. Labourdette, M.D. 
A. J. Lauro, M.D. 
Murrell H. Kaplan, M.D, 
A. M. Lupin, M.D. 
P. J. Mc Hardy, M.D. 
Kenneth MeLeod, M.D. 
J. P. MoNulty, M.D. 
D. H. Mattson, M.D. 
Francis S. O'Neill, M.D. 
G. A. Pettit, M.D. 



P. Q. Rabito, M.D. 
J. A. Rogers, M.D, 
I. 7.. Rosen, M.D. 
J, E. Redetzkl. M.D. 
J. E. Salvaggio, M.D, 
A. M. Scardino, M.D, 
H. L Seese, M.D. 
Meyer Sutton, M.D. 
S. W. Tuthill. M.D. 
H. J. Wagueapack. M.D. 
H. M. Voss, M.D. 
S. S. Ward, M.D. 

O. T, Williams, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Physician 



W. A. Hlatt, M.D. 
George T. McKnight, 
Alice H. Mater, M.D. 



M.D. 



Seklnger, MJ5. 
Stephenson, M.D. 



PREVENTIVE MEDICINE AND PUBLIC HEALTH 

R W, Sappenfield, M.D., Phyaician-in-Chief 
Senior Visiting Physicians 
R. W. Sappenfield, M.D. R. L, Simmons, M.D. 

DERMATOLOGY 

C. Bnrrett Kennedy, M.D., Dernmtologlat-ln-Cbief 

Senior Visiting Physicians 



D. P. Bradley. M.D. 
G, Gaethe, M.D. 
V. M. Henington, M.D. 
H. W. Jolly, M.D. 



C. I. Black, M.D. 
James M. Brock, M.D. 
W. Burroughs, M.D. 
P. H. David, M.D. 
C. S. Goldberg, M.D. 
B. B. Johnwick, M.D. 



C. B. Kennedy, M.D. 
M. Mallowitz, M.D. 
Leslie K, Mundt, M.D. 



Visiting Physicians 



D. R. Montgomery, M.D. 
S. E, O'Qulnn, M.D. 
W. .1. Perret, M.D. 

Adricn A. Stewart. M.D, 
D. Thibodaux. M.D. 
J. S. Tilley. M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Physician 
Thomas W, Graves, M.D, Milton Pack, M.D. 

PSYCHIATRY 

Charles Watkins, M.D., Psychiatrist -in -Chief 
Senior Visiting Physicians 



Carl P. Adatto, M.D. 
Jack E. Chappuis, M.D. 
H. O. Colomb, M.D. 
Edward H. Knight, M.D. 
Irwin M. Marcus, M.D. 



Kenneth Ritter, M.D, 
Norman H, Rucker, M.D. 
Charles Watkins, M.D. 
T. A. Watters, M.D. 



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MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 



Visiting Physicians 



Genevieve Ameaon, M.D. 

8. H. Benbow, M.D. 

A. Burdon, M.D. 

D. D. Burford, M.D. 

T. H. Butler, M.D, 

D. F, Carlos, M.D. 

A. Cohen, M.D. 

C. L. Davis, M.D. 

W. S. Easterllng, M.D, 

H. K. English, M.D. 

I* E. Gatto, M.D. 

J. K. Gonzales, MJ>. 

Carolyn T. Kitchen, M.D. 



M. L. Latour, M.D. 

D. Latrop. M.D. 
M. F. Miller, M.D. 
W. L* Frickett, M.D. 
J. A. Stocks, M.D, 
M. Sugar, M.D. 

W. C. Super, M.D. 

E. O. Svenson, M.D, 
E VaJI, M.D. 

J. Weisler, M.D. 

W. S. Weldorn, M.D. 

E ,B. White, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 

R. M. Dawes, M.D. R. L. Newman, M.D. 

Venrll I* Metts, m, MJ>. S. C. Strickland, M.D. 

D. J. Mitchell, M.D. E. P. Uzee, M.D. 

NEUROLOGY 

Richard M. Paddison, M.D., Neurologist-in-Chlef 

Senior Visiting Physicians 
M. E. Johnson, M.D. Richard M. Paddison, M.D. 

Visiting Physicians 

Margaret C. Duncan, M.D. E. R, Hackett, M.D. 

G. FerriHB, MD. J. Moossy. M.D. 

PEDIATRICS 

R. L. Fowler, M.D., Pediatiician-tn-ChJef 

Consultant 

S. Senaefer, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Physicians 



Esther Anderson. M.D. 
Oscar W. Brown, MJ>. 
B. W. Everist, M.D. 
R. L, Fowler, M.D, 
Nicholas C. Gagllano, M.D. 
Martha W, McQuitty. M.D. 



Mary C. Allen, MD, 
James A. Avant, M.D. 
R. L. Ba&nerto, M.D. 
Eric T. Brown, M.D. 
H. B. Chalstrom, M.D . 
V. L. DILeo, M.D. 
M. C. Duncan, M.D, 

A. J. Glorlando, M.D, 

B. Hllman, M.D. 

C. W. Horfpauir, MJX 
C, M, Johnson, M.D. 
J. D, Jordan, M.D. 



J. M. Perrett, Jr., M.D. 
Percy Rosen baum, M.D. 
H. Rothschild, M.D. 
R. W. Sappenfied, M.D. 
H. C. Tolmas, M.D. 
Bertha N. Wexler, M.D. 



Visiting Physicians 



H. B. Levy, M.D. 
Robert W, McKey, M.D. 
D. Mack, M.D. 
Bar) J. Madere, M.D. 
Joseph R, Manson, M.D. 
John D. Moore, M.D. 
Clifton T. Morris, M.D. 
R. Novlck, M.D, 
W. S, Sekul, M.D, 
A. Stamler, M.D. 
R. D. Stout, M.D. 
Jacqueline Winter, 



M.D. 



25 



MEDICAL STAFF — (Continued) 

Assistant Visiting Physicians 

Thomas Campbell, MJD. Domlnlek M. Lago. MJ>. 

S. A. Casente, M.D, D. Q. Mack, M.D. 

M. C. Chapman, M.D. M. J. H. Pop*, MJX 

Ernest Hansen, M.D, Wilhelmena Quiros, M.D, 

L, J, Hebert M.D. Doris H. Thompson, M.D, 

Marie L. Heller, M.D. James R. Upp, M.D. 

C. E. Kemmerly, M.D. A. L. Wedgeworth, M.D. 
N, Kern, M.D. 

PATHOLOGY 

H. C. McGill, M.D., Pathologist- in-Chief 

Senior Visiting Pathologists 

R. M. Hartwell, M.D. H. C. McGill, M.D. 

Visiting Pathologists 

R. D. Baker, M.D. J. Moossy, M.D. 

M. F. Beeler, M.D, R, p. Ranson. M.D. 

T, K. Farrls, M.D, J, p. Strong, M.D. 

J. C. Geer, M.D. L. L, Swan. M.D. 

N. D. HolmqulBt, M.D R. A. Welsh, M.D. 
A. L. McQuown, M.D, 

Assistant Visiting Pathologists 

Carolyn R. Ettinger, M.D. P. A. McGarry, M.D. 

J. A, Freeman, M.D, 

PHYSICAL MEDICINE 

Nathan H, Polmer. M.D., Physlatrist-in-Chlef 

Senior Visiting Physician 

N. H. Polmer, M.D. 

ANESTHESIOLOGY 

(Under the Department of Surgery) 

Senior Visiting Anesthesiologist 

John Adrian!, M.D. 

Visiting Anesthesiologists 

Kenneth Bray, M.D. Patricia It Milazy.n, M.D. 

Vernon Fagan, M.D. J. H. Wnddell. M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Anesthesiologist 

Jane K. Jeffreys, M.D. 

SURGERY 

Isidore Cohn, Jr., M.D., Surgeon-in-etilof 

Consultants 

Isidore Cohn, Sr., M.D. James D. Rives, M.D. 

Lawrence J. O'Nell, M.D, 

27 



MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 



H. M. Albert, M.D. 

"W. F. Becker, M.D. 

I. Cohn, Jr., M,D. 

C. C. Craighead, M.D, 

J. L. DiLeo, M.D. 

R. A. Fauat, M.D. 

3. Karlin, M.D. 

H. H. Karr, M.D. (Neurosurgery) 

W. Leon, M.D. 

L A. Levin, M.D. (Proctology) 

A B. Longacre, M.D. 



F. W. Maher, M.D. 

H. Mahorner, M.D. 

C. J. Miangolarra, M.D, 

J. T. Nix, M.D. 

W. D. Norman. M.D. 

L, K. Richardson, M.D, 

S. A Romano, M.D. 

W. A Roy, M.D. 

Rowcna Spencer, M.D. 

L H. Strug, MJ>. 

C. N. Wahl, M.D, 



Visiting Surgeons 



R. J. Bourgeois, MJ>. 
D. D. Baker, M.D. 
D. V. Cacloppo, M.D. 

A. S. Cerniglia, MJD. 
W, A Cherry, M.D. 
W. O. Coleman, M.D. 

C. F. Culiceha, M.D. (Neurosurgery) 
J. E. Dugas, M.D. 

B. A. Glass, M.D, 
H. Heitkamp. M.D. 
G. Hoffman, M.D. 

J. E. Isaacson, M J). 

Louis Krust, M.D. (Plastic Surgery) 

R. W. Levy, M.D. (Neurosurgery) 



Kenneth K. Meyer, MJX 

M. Bert Myers, M.D. 

W. Charles Miller, M.D. 

N. C. Nelson, M.D. 

W. W, Ogden, M.D. 

R, G. Reyes, M.D, 

F, A. RJzza, M.D. 

R. A Schwarz, M.D. 

L. H, Stander, M.D. 

A M. St. Raymond, M.D. 

R. E. Streicher, M.D. 

B. G. Taylor, M.D. 

V. V. Tumminello, M.D. 

L. T. Tyler, M.D. 



OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

Abe Mickal, M.D., Obstetrician -Gynecologist -in-Chief 

Consultant 
TV. E. Levy, M.D. 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 



F, J, Bertucci, M.D 
R. S. Bila, M.D. 
J. M. Brocato, M.D. 
F. O. Brumfleld, M.D. 
V. A Culotta, M.D. 
P. L. Danna, M.D. 

C. M. Dougherty, M.D. 
A. Golden, M.D. 

D. W, Goldman, M.D. 
C. F. Goll. M.D. 

H. Leldenhelmer, Jr., M.D. 



B, G. Aucoln, MB. 
R. H. Barnes, MD. 
J. L. Beebe, M.D. 
Victor Brown. M.D. 
J. T. Crapanzano, M.D. 
T. K. Dampeer, M.D. 
R. L. DIBenedetto, M.D. 



Lawrence F. MeCune, M.D. 

Abe Mickat, M.D. 

J. G. Mule, M.D. 

F. S. Oser, M.D. 

M. P. Schwarzenbach, MJ>. 

A H. Sellman, M.D. 

S. V. Ward, M.D. 

C. G. Wichser, M.D. 

W. W. Weese, M.D. 

Z. Wohl, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeons 



0;iry A. Dlidy. M.D. 
L A Gallo, M.D. 
L J. Joseph, M.D. 
A II. Lassen, M.D. 
James M. McCready, M.D. 
A. T. Montagnlno, M.D. 
D. McKowen, M.D. 



MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 



A. M. Parker, M.D. 
M. Y. Rosenberg. M.D. 

B. Samuels, M.D. 
Mary P. Scales, M.D. 
EL C. Smith, M.D. 



John B. Holland, M.D. 
Kenneth W. Kemmerly 



B. H. St. Raymond, M.D. 

J, Torres, M.D. 

A. C, Touchy, M.D. 

A. Q. Wiedemann, Jr., M.D. 

J. S. Zoller, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

H. R. Lupin, M.D. 



O, S. Ellis, M.D. 

N. C. Farrington, M.D. 



R, J. Cattgelosi, M.D. 
George J. Dtmltri, M.D. 
Conrad Gregory, M.D. 
H, M. Halk, M.D. 



OPHTHALMOLOGY 

G, M. Halk, M.D., Ophthalmologist-ln-Chlef 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

G. M. Halk, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeons 



James Murtagh, M.D. 

D. S, Oliver, M.D. 
J. R Pollard, M.D. 

E. D. Wilson, M.D. 



A. Fallla, M.D. 
V. H. Fuche, M.D. 



C. J. Abdo, M.D. 
I. M. Blatt, M.D. 
C. G. Boyette, M.D. 
I* O. Cox, M.D. 
E. B. Edrlngton, M.D. 
C. Halndel, M.D. 
A. A. Jacques, M.D. 



OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

V. H. Fuchs, M.D., OtolaryngoIoglst-in-ChLef 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

H. A. Thomas, M.D, 



Visiting Surgeons 



G. Joseph, M.D. 

N. Kearby. M.D. 

G. D. Lyons, M.D. 

A D. Montgomery, M.D. 

J. P. Palermo, M.D. 

G. U. Taquino. M.D. 

H. Zoller, M.D. 



Irvin Cahen, M.D. 
J. F. Nabos, MD. 



ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

Irvln Cahen, M.D., Orthopedlst-in-Chief 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

W. H. Newman, M.D. 
I. Redler, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeons 



W. H. Brent, M.D. 

G. G Brown, M.D. 

J, J, Frensllll, M.D. 

R F. Kltziger, MJD. 

A. J. Klelnschmidt, M.D. 

8. J. LoCoco, M.D. 



A. S. Ross, M.D. 

G. S. Rowlett, Jr„ M.D. 

A. Slander, M.D. 

J. T. Williams, M.D. 
J. L. Winters, M.D. 



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MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 



M. M. Green, M.D. 
R. P. Morrow. M.D. 



UROLOGY 

Gilbert C. Tomskcy, M.D., Urologist-In-Chief 
Senior Visiting Surgeons 

R. P. Sharp, M.D. 
G. C. Tomskey. M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 



C. E. Cobb, MJD. 
B. H. Grimm, MJ>. 
A. W, Beacham, M.D. 



Hal Mardis, M.D. 
J. W, Vauary, M.D. 



RADIOLOGY 
William L. Ba!n, M.D., Acting Radlologist-In-Chief 

Senior Visiting Radiologists 
H, Duhe, M.D. C. O'D. Lilly, M.D. 

Visiting Radiologists 



William L Bain, M.D. 
J. T, Brierre, M.D. 
William R. Hardy, MJJ. 
D. J. Harllee, M.D. 



R. C. Fortenberry, M.D. 

J. B. Marino, M.D. 

M. D. Teltelbaum, M.D. 



Tulane Division 

HEAD OF DIVISION 

Charles C. Sprague, M.D, 

MEDICINE 

George E. Burch, M.D., Phyaician-ln-Chief 

Consultants 



Robert Bemhard, Sr„ M.D. 
George Burch, M.D, 
M, Campagna, M.D. 
Grace A. Goldsmith, M.D, 
S. Jacobs, M.D. 
P. H. Jones, M.D. 



E. de S. Matthews, M.D. 
P. L. Querens. M.D. 
I. L. Bobbins, M.D. 
R. H. Turner, M.D. 
N. Voorhles, M.D. 



Senior Visiting Physicians 



W. R. Arrowsmlth, M.D. 
R. Birchall, MJ>, 

C. Y. Bowers, M.D. 
J. K. Bradford, M.D. 

D. C. Browne, M.D. 
Robert R. Burch, M.D, 
L. Cablran, M.D. 
William D. Davis, M.D. 
B. J. deLaureal, M.D. 

(Leave of absence) 
Allan M. Goldman, M.D. 
N. Goldstein, M.D. 
H. Horack, M.D. 
F. M. Hunter, M.D. 
A. L. Hy man, M.D. 



F. P, Incaprera, M.D. 
R. C. Jung, M.D, 
H. A. Klein, M.D, 
W. J. Mogabgab, M.D. 
J. C. S. Paterson, M.D 
A. Frieto, M.D. 
Marldcl Saunders, M.D. 
J. EX Screnthal, M.D. 
A. Segaloff, M.D. 
C. C. Sprague, M.D. 
S. A. Threefoot, M.D. 
T. F. Treutlng, M.D. 
w. G. Ungtaub, MJX 
M. Zlskind, M.D. 



M ED ICAL STAFF— ( Continued ) 



Visiting Physicians 



E G. Anderson, M.D. 
H. M. Batson, Jr., M.D. 
T. Bloch, M.D. 
O. L. Brown, M.D. 
H. A. Buechner, M.D. 
F, A. Chlrtno, M.D. 
William P. Coleman, M.D. 
W. Culpepper, M.D. 
Margaret Cunningham, M.D, 
Edward O. B. Comer, MD. 
N. D. DeFaequale, M.D. 
H. B. Green berg-, M.D. 
Oren B. Gum, M.D, 
Ruth S. Hoffman, M.D. 
Mary Humbrecht, M.D. 
Harris Hyman, in, M.D. 
Robert C. Kelleher, M.D, 
M. P. Kossover, M.D. 
W. W. Lake, M.D. 
R, K. Lange, M.D. 
William Locke, M.D. 

B, H. McCracken, M.D, 
D. R. McCurley, M.D. 
J. D. Martin, M.D. 
Allen D. Meyer, M.D, 
S. L. Middleton, M.D. 

C. B, Moore, M.D, 
P. J. Murtaon, M.D . 



G. A. Pan key, M.D, 

J. G, Parker, M.D. 

M. A. Pearl, M.D. 

J. H Phillips, Jr., M.D, (Mil. Lv.) 

F. A. Pou, M.D. 

A. F. Reed, M.D, 

F. A. Rlddlck, Jr., M.D. 
Jose R. Salcedo, M.D . 
Morton Solomon, M.D. 
Robert D. Sparks, M.D. 
R. Staub, M.D. 
M, J. Sternberg:, M.D. 

B. F. Rico, M.D. 

W. J, Stuckey, Jr., M.D. 

H. K. Threefoot, M.D. 

W, J. Trautman, Jr., M.D. 

Ann M. Trice, M.D. 

David W. Walt, M.D. 

J. J. Walsh, M.D. 

N. K. Weaver, M.D. 

John B. Weeth, M.D. 

Hans Weill, M.D. 

Morris J. Welsler, M.D. 

T. E. Weiss. M.D. 

Q. E, Welch, M.D. 

H. A. White, M.D. 

I. Yager, M.D. 

P. C. Young. M.D. 



J. O. Binns, M.D. 
D. B. Bowers, M.D. 
M. A. Burns, M.D. 
H. L. Cololoug-h, M.D. 
C. J. DeMaal, M.D. 
n. Diilendoffer, M.D. 
H. Dyer, M.D. 
L. C. Eyrich. M.D. 
W. Perrante, M.D. 
R. Gal, M.D. 
Z. N. Gaut, M.D. 
A. R. Hale, M.D. 
S. J. Herbert, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 

R. La.ai7.ara, M.D. 
M. J. DeDoux, M.D. 
J. McC«skey, M.D . 

E. D. Malvaney, M.D. 

F. V. Mayer, M.D. 
R. M. Patton. M.D. 
W. W. Purks. M.D, 
W. H. Sehindel. M.D. 
J. M. Shames, M.D. 
W. B, Town send, M.D. 
R. E. Westfall, M.D. 
W. Wolfe, M.D. 



DERMATOLOGY 

Vincent J. Dernes, M.D., Dermatologist-ln-Chlef 

Senior Visiting Physicians 



Arttiro N. Alvarado, M.D. 
.1. W. Burks, M.D. 
Vincent J. Dorbes, M.D. 
P. C. Grleshaber, M.D. 



H. B. Christian son, M.D. 
C. L. Carpenter, M.D. 



L. D, McLean, M.D. 
W. K. Reed, M.D. 
R. Ross, Jr., M.D. 



Visiting Physicians 



P. R. Loria, M.D. 
R. R. Lubrltz, M.D. 



MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 

Evelyn B. Anderson, M.D. Gaston de la Bretonne, M.D. 

PSYCHIATRY & NEUROLOGY 

R. G, Heath, M.D., Psychiatrist & Neurologist -ln-Chlef 

Senior Visiting Physicians 



M, L. Enelow, M.D. — Pay. 

A. W. Epstein, M.D. — Pay. 

D. A. Freedman, M.D. — Neurol 

R O. Heath. M.D.— Psy.-Neurol. 

H. I. Lief, M.D.— Pay. 



E. C. Norman, M.D. — Pay, 

Ruth Paterson, M.D. — Neurol. -Pay. 

H. T. Posey, M.D. — Pay. 

T. L L. Suniat, M.D. — Neurol. 



Visiting Physicians 



R E, Barron, In, M.D.— Neurol. 
R- W. Buddtngton, M.D. — Pay. 
G. H. Promm, M.D. — Neurol. 
D. M. Gallant, M.D. — Psy.-Neurol. 
H. G. Haynie, M.D.— Pay. 



Boyd K. Lester, M.D. — Psy. 
T. L. Ratterty, M.D.— Psy. 
C. R, Smith, M.D.— Psy. 
C. G. Steck, M.D.— Psy. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 



George A. Bishop, M.D. — Psy. 
J. R Cowan, M.D. — Psy. 
J. C. Cross, M.D. — Psy, 
J. N. DiGiaeorao, M.D. — Psy, 
R G. Gonzales, M.D. — Psy. 
D. W. Greve, M.D. — Psy. 
K. B. Hamm, M.D. — Pay. 
L. W. Hill, M.D,— Neurol. -Psy. 
J. M. KHUan, M.D.— Neurol. 
M. J. Kloor, M.D. — Psy. 
Albert P. Koy, M.D.— Psy. 



E. F. Muthcr. M.D. — Neurol. -Pay. 
L. D. Paine, M.D. — Pay. 
Joseph E. Roberts, M.D. — Psy. 
Lillian H. Robinson, M.D.— Psy. 
W. H. Shelton, M.D.— Pay. 
D. J. Sprehe, M.D.— Psy. 
Curtis A. Steele, M.D. — Psy. 
D. W. Turner, M.D. — Pay, 
P. D. Ware, M.D. — Neurol.-Psy. 
M. S. Wise, M.D.— Pay. 



PEDIATRICS 

R- V. Platou, M.D.— PedLatriclan-in-Chlef 

Consultants 

R. E. de la Houaaaye, M.D, M. Locber, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Physician 

Ralph V. Platou, M.D. 

Visiting Physicians 

J. D. Ruas, M.D. 

M. H. n. Smith, M.D. 

C. H. Snyder, M.D, 

D. York, M.D. 



J. F. Craven, M.D. 
J. Graubarth, M.D. 
E. F, Naef, M.D, 
C, I. Posada, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 



J. D. Beaaley, M.D. 
M. A, Betsey, M.D. 
P. S. Bertuccl, M.D. 
LeRoy K. Branch, M.D. 
Flora F. Cherry, M.D. 
J. L. Crump, M.D. 



E. neshautreaux, M.D, 

J. A. Diaz, M.D. 

S. D. Farber, M.D. 

B, C. Faul, M.D. 

J. M. Fortino, M.D. 

G. J. Fruthaler, Jr., M.D. 



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MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 



G. G. Gibson, M.D. 

C. E. Hamilton, M.D. 

F. M. Harris, Jr., M.D, 

G. C. Hasslnger, M.D, 

D. E. Kitlelea, M.D. 
M. Klein, M.D. 

A, D, Lago, M.D. 
R H. Lennox, M.D. 
W. Y. McDanlel, M.D, 
M. S, McLellan, M.D. 
Lr. A. Mclaughlin, M.D. 
R W. Mack, M.D. 
S, L». Madey, M.D. 
J. W. D. Mann, M.D, 
J. R Powers, M.D. 
■T. Ij. Reynolds, M.D. 
A. RInker, M.D, 



N. J, Robinson, M.D. 
L. J. Rolfes, M.D. 
Emma Sailors, M.D. 
John P. Shriner, M.D. 
H, G. Simon, M.D. 
G. G. Steme, M.D. 

C. D. Talley, M.D. 

A. H. Thalhelm, M.D. 

B. P. Thompson, M.D. 
T. D. Tllden, M.D. 

D, W. Van Gelder, M.D, 
R. P. Vieth, M.D. 

W. W, Waring, M.D. 

C. P. WasHerman, M.D. 
N, C, Woody, M,D. 

H. B. Woody. M.D. 
A. J. Zangara, M.D. 



PATHOLOGY 

Charles E. Dunlap, M.D., Pathologist-ln-Chlef 

Consultant 

W. H. Harris, Sr„ M.D. 



Senior Visiting Pathologists 



John H. Dent, M.D. 
C. E, Dunlap, M.D. 



F. H. Harris, M.D. 
J. C. Harkln, M.D. 
Herbert Ichlnose, M.D. 



William H. Harris, Jr., M.D. 
William H. Sternberg, M.D. 



Visiting Pathologists 



Richard J. Reed, M.D. 
J. Zlsklnd, M.D. 



C, Johanson, M.D. 
H. W. Prater, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Pathologists 

S, S. Schoehet, Jr., M.D. 



ANESTHESIOLOGY 

(Under the Department of Surgery) 
Visiting Anesthesiologists 
G. B. Grant, M.D, p, x. Letard, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Anesthesiologists 

R. Q. Zepernlck, M.D. 



J. B. Parmley, M.D. 
A. J. Wyly, M.D. 



SURGERY 
Oscar Creech, Jr., M.D,, Surgeon-In-Chief 
Consultants 



O. C. CasBegraln, M.D. 
I* S. Charbonnet, M.D. 



Dean H. Echols, M.D. 
Alton Ochsner, Sr., M.D. 



MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 



Senior Visiting Surgeon* 



J. B. Blalock, M,D. 

P. F. Boyce, M.D. 

E. J, Cerise. M.D. 

O. Creech, Jr., MJD. 

A. C. Davidson, M.D. 

P. T. DeCamp, M.D. 

P. H. Hanley, M.D. — Proctology 

M. 0. Hines, M.D. 

E. T. Krementz, M.D. 

V. R, Kroll, M.D. 

R, C. Llewellyn, M.O. — Neurosurgery 

R. C. Lynch, M.D. 



J. T. McQultty. M.D. 

M. L Michel, M.D. 

Neal Owens. M.D.— Plastic Surgery 

W, R. Page, M.D. — Neurosurgery 

D. M. Rosenberg, M.D,— Thor. Surg. 

W. C. Qulnn, M.D. 

M. W. Rosenthal, M.D. 

A. EC Storck, M.D. 

W. H, Syll, M.D. 

R. W. Vincent, M.D.— Plastic Surgery 

C. R> Walters, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeon* 



P. W. Acree, M.D. — Thoracic 

C. A. Beskin, M.D. — Thoracic 
J. P. Egger, Jr., M.D. 

P. Espenan, M.D. 

D. M. Ewln, M.D. 
D. A. Haddow, M.D. 

R. W. Hughes. M.D. — Plastic 

J. D, Jackson, M.D. — Neurosurgery 

G. M. Kokame, M.D. 

M. W. Levy, M.D. 

R. C. Lien, M.D. 

L H. Linder, M.D. 

S. Logan, M.D. 



C. O. Longenecker, M.D. — Plastic 

R. J. Meade, M.D.— Plastic 

C. V. Menendez, M.D. 

J. L. Ochsner, M.D. — (Gen. & Thor.) 

C. W. Pearce, M.D. 
J. E. Ray, M.D. 

K. Reemtsma, M.D. 

D. E. Richardson, M.D.— Neurosurg. 
R. F. Hyan, M.D. 

R. J. Schramel, M.D. 
R. R. Senter, M.D. 
J. H. Stewart, M.D. 
K. E. Rogers, M.D. 



D. "W. Aiken. M.D. 
R. C. Day. M.D. 
John B. Gathrlght, M.D. 
W. A. Hibbert, Jr., MJX 



Assistant Visiting Surgeon* 

C. A. Keller, M.D. 
C. B. Oliver, M.D. 
J. L Race, M.D. 



OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

C. G. Collins. M.D., Obstetrician-Gynecologiut-in-Chief 

Consultants 



E. H. Countlaa, M.D. 
J. S. Hebert, M.D. 
C. Q. Johnaon, M.D. 



H. W. Koatmayer, M.D. 
J. W. Reddoch, M.D, 
C. H. Tyrone, M.D. 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 



D. W. Beacham, M.D. 
W. D. Beacham. M.D. 
C. G. Collins, M.D. 
J, H. Collins, M.D. 
J. T. Davis. Jr„ M.D. 

0. R. Depp, M.D. 

1. Dyer. M.D. 

C. Farris, Jr., M.D. 
J. A. Kinp. M.D. 
P. J. Krupp, M.D. 
J. Kuahner, M.D. 



M, E. Dapham, M.D. 

G. E. McCaskey, Jr., M.D. 

M. Meyer, M.D. 

R, E. Moor, M.D. 

E. W, Nelson, M.D. 

F. G. Nix, M.D. 
L, I. Post, M.D. 

M. J. St. Remain, M.D. 
M. D. Steiner, M.D. 
J. C. Weed, M.D. 



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MEDICAL STAFF — (Continued) 



Visiting Surgeons 



R. I. Ayerst, M.D. 

R. C. Ball, M.D. 

D. L. Barclay, M.D. 

W. P. Bradburn, III, M.D. 

R. G. Burman, M.D. 

R. J. Crawley, M.D. 

W. L. Geary, M.D. 

J. P. Griffon, M.D. 

I* H. Hansen, M.D. 

A. M. Hebert. M.D. 

M. J, Hoffman. M.D. 

H. B. Macey, Jr., M.D. 

P. E. Minyard, M.D. 

C. F. Moll, Jr., M.D. 

Max Pallet, M.D. 



G. E. Posner, M.D. 

W. M. Roeline, M.D. 

R. EL Rougelot, M.D. 

G. T. Schneider, M.D, 

Me!vin Schudmak, M.D. 

W. C. Scheppegrell, Jr., M.D. 

R, R. Slstrunk, M.D. 

R. A. St. Romaln, M.D. 

Robert C. Smith, M.D. 

Jefferson C. Steele, M.D. 

G. F. Sustendal, M.D, 

J. C. Thorn. M.D. 

J. M, Todd, M.D. 

H, D. Webster, M.D. 



H. J. Cabeceiras. MX). 
P. R. Mitchell, M.D. 
Quita B. Morgan, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

John B. Muth, M.D. 
Paul Trickett, M.D. 



OPHTHALMOLOGY 



J. H. Allen, M.D., OiihtlmlmoloRiHt-Jn-Ohief 

Consultant 

W. M. Boles, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 



J. H. Allen, M.D. 
Q. C. Bahn, M.D, 
S. R. Gaines, M.D. 



R. F. Azar, M.D. 

O. H. Dabezies, Jr., M.D. 

J. Flnkelsteln, M.D. 

A. W. F. Habeeb, M.D. 
M. G. Holland, M.D. 

B. L. Adair Jewell, M.D, 
R, A. Long-, M.D. 



J. W. Rosenthal, M.D, 
M. C. Wllensky. M.D. 
N. Tj. Hart, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeons 



J. McComlskey, M.D, 
B, N. Murphy, M.D. 
J. P. Rumagf, M.D. 
R, A. Schimek, M.D. 
R. E, Schoel. M-D. 
E. J. Sonnier, M.D. 
J. A. Tedesco, M.D. 



C. D, Brown, M.D. 
F, E. LeJeune, M.D, 



U W, Alexander, M.D. 
.1. W. Mrljiurin, M.D. 
It. G. Tahh, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeon 
Donald R. Blocker, M.D. 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

H. G. Tabb. M.D., Otolaryn&ologlst-in-Chief 
Consultants 

i;. (i. Wsills, M.D. 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 



\V, A. Wagner, M.D. 
C. S. Wood, M.D. 



35 



MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 

Visiting Surgeon* 

W, P. Beatrous, MJX W. Finkelstetn. M.D. 

A. B. Cairns, M.D. T. P. Ragglo. M.D. 

C. H. Cleveland, Jr., M.D. W. Rubin, M.D. 

R. H. Cox, M.D. L. J. Rutledge, M.D. 

D. J. Farwell. M.D. S. Zurlk, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

O. R. Kuehnle, M.D. A. N, Scalco. M.D. 

F. E. LeJeune, M.D. R. M. Street, M.D. 
M. L. Lewis, Jr., M.D. 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 
Jack K. Wickstrom, M.D.. Orthopedic-in- Chief 
Consultants 

R. H. Alldred^o, M.D. H. D. Morris, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

N. J. Aceardo, M.D. D. C. Riordan, M.D. 

G. D. B. Berkett, M.D. H. R. Soboloff, M.D. 
Thomas L. Duncan, M.D. Jack K. Wickstrom, M.D. 
B. T. Haslam, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

R. C. Gninsten, M.D. X K. Saer, M.D. 

Ray J. Haddad, Jr., M.D. D. E. Schechter, M.D . 

J. T. Kerr, M.D. 

UROLOGY 

J. U. Schlegel, M.D., frologlst- In -Chief 

Consultant 

Edgar Burns, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

W. Kittredge, M.D. A. M. Pratt, M.D. 

J. G. Menvllle, M.D. J. U. Schlegel, M.D, 

Visiting Surgeons 

William Brannan, M.D. M. G. Ochsner, M.D. 

Jorge Cuellar, M.D. H. M. Radwin, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

J. Stanton, M.D. E. P. Rivas, M.D. 

RADIOLOGY 

Charles M. Nice, Jr., M.D., Radiologist -in -Chief 

Senior Visiting Radiologists 

J. V. Hopkins, M.D. W. McDowell, M.D. 

N. S. Hunt, M.D. C. M. Nice. Jr., M.D. 

H 



MEDICAL STAFF — (Continued) 



Visiting Radiologists 



R B, Bergeron, M.D. 
L. J. Bristow, Jr., M.D. 

B. C. Buchte), M.D. 
M. Calonje, M.D. 

L. W. Eavenson, M.D. 
Albert Hendler, M.D. 
Mary E. Holland, M.D. 

C. E. Lavis, M.D. 
E. H. Little, M.D. 



W. A. Maxfield, M.D. 
P. H. Meyers, M.D. 
R. Mouton, M.D. 
W. H. Neal, M.D. 
S. P. Ochsner, M.D. 
C. P. Oderr, M.D. 
Roger H. Tutton, M.D. 
R. E. Stuart, M.D. 



DENTAL STAFF— LOYOLA DIVISION 

Head of Division 

F. J. Houghton, D.D.S.— Ju^y 1, 1964-July 31, 1964 

Head of Division 

(Emeritus) — Effective August 1, 1964 

Head of Division 

E, E. Jeansonne, D.D.S. — Effective August 1, 1984 

Head of Department of Oral Surgery 

Douglas B. Parker, M.D., D.D.S. 
(Emeritus)— Effective July 1. 1964 

Head of Department of Oral Surgery 

Raymond E. Boudre&ux, D.D.S. — Effective July 1, 1964 

Consultants 

H. W. Peterson, D.D.S. Don L, Peterson, D.D.S. 

Senior Visiting Dental Surgeons 

Raymond E. Boudreaux, D.D.S. Douglas B. Parker, M.D., D.D.S, 



i 



Frank J. Houghton, D.D.S. 

(Emeritus) 
E, H. Jeansonne, D.D.S. 



(Emeritus) 
James H, Quinn, D.D.S. 
Sidney D. Tibller, D.D.S, 



Visiting Dental Surgeons 



Robert F. Eastman, D.D.S. 
W, A. Hall, Jr., D.D.S. 
Victor Halperln, D.D.S. 



Clay C. Hunley, D.D.S. 
F. L. Miranda, D.D.S. 



Assistant Visiting Dental Surgeons 



Clyde A, Giordano, D.D.S. 
Luis R, Guerra, D.D.S. 



L,. J. Audloun, M.D. 
Luis A. Balart, M.D. 
II. D, Barber, M.D. 
S A. Chavez, M.D. 
Vljal Kumar, M.D. 



Charles H. Hayden, D.D.S. 
Malbern TVildermaii, D.D.S. 



Scientists 

L.S.U. DIVISION 
Medicine 



C, M. Lajiike. M.D. 
J. T. La.ne, M.D. 
Nicholas D. Tjorusso, M.D. 
Helmut Redetzki, M.D. 



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MEDICAL STAFF— (Continued) 



George H. Bornaide, Ph.D. 
James B, Heneghan, Ph.D. 



Surgery 

A. Richard Vela, Ph.D. 



Orthopedic* 

Alfredo Bianco-Arroyo, M.D. 

Public Health and Preventive Medicine 



Stanley H. Abadle, Ph.D. 
Joseph H. Miller, Ph.D. 



Ellen C. Keaty, Ph.D. 



Ellgto A. Mlllari, M.D. 
John Roitzsch, Ph.D. 



L. E. Lamb, Ph.D. 
Gerald N. McCall, Ph.D. 



Robert N. Dorsey, Ph.D. 
Zachary, Gussow, Ph.D. 



Aeleta N. Barber, Ph.D. 
Fred G. Brazda, Ph.D. 
G. John Buddlngh, M.D. 
Douglas A. Eggen, Ph.D. 
Carlos C. Garcia, M.D, 



John C. Swartzw elder, Ph.D. 
George A. Thurber, M.S. 

Obstetrics- Gynecology 

Otto C. Uscher, M.D. 

Ophthalmology 

Luis F. Perez, M.D. 

Pediatric* 

Juan L. Washington, M.D, 

Otolaryngology 

John L. Peterson, Ph.D. 

Psychiatry 

L. Kian Hoa, M.D. 

Pathology 

Marion A. Guldry, Ph.D. 
Rolph D. Llllle, M.D. 
Margaret C, Oalmann, D.P.H. 
Jerald Rosenbaum, M.D. 

Neurology 
Antonio Stazlo, M.D. 



Keraal Akdamar, M.D. 
Aklra Arimuro, M.D, 
Paris J. Azoury, M.D. 
G. Bazzano, M.D. 
Paul C. Beaver, M.D. 
J. F. Buenaventura, M.D, 
Victor Ferrans, M.D, 
Heberto Fonseca, M.D. 
Jesus E. Fonseca, M.D. 
H. E. Gallo-Torres. M.D. 
Ernesto Gonzalez C., M.D. 



TULANE DIVISION 

Medicine 



M. H. Hack, Ph.D. 
Mark N. Lowenthal, M.D, 
O. Neal Miller, Ph.D. 
Antonio Qulroz, M.D. 
R. G. Remftio, M.D. 
Gllberto Sanchez, M.D. 
M. F. Shaffer. Ph.D. 
Charles H. Tan. M.D. 
L. T. Te, M.D. 
Engraclo Vlllanueva. M.D. 
Tsung-kao Yun, M.D. 



38 



MEDICAL STAFF — (Continued) 

Pediatrics 

H. "Warren Kloepfer, Ph.D. Hugo Trujlllo, M.D. 

Kenneth W. Newell, M.D. 

Otolaryngology 

Maurice Joseph. M.S. Eugene Links, Ph.D. 

Jeannette K. Laguaite, Ph.D. 

Psychiatry and Neurology 
Mehrtn P. Bishop, Ph.D., Psychology James A. Long-, Ph.D., Psychology 
Lawrence W, Byera, Ph.D., Blochem. Cyril Phillips, D.P.M. 

Pathology 

Irma. E. Overby, M.D. 

Radiology 

Frana P. Lessman, M.D. George Meckstroth, PhJ>. 

Obstetrics and Gynecology 

Guy Lavolpierre, M.D, 



*9 



JOINT REPORT 
OF THE VICE CHAIRMAN AND THE DIRECTOR 

June 30, 1965 

The Honorable John J. McKeithen 
Governor of the State of Louisiana 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Dear Governor McKeithen: 

The VIce-Chalrman and the Director of the Board of Administrators of 
Charity Hospital of Louisiana at New Orleans submit the folio wing- report 
of the activities of the hospital for the fiscal year July 1, 1964 through 
June 30, 1965. 

Dr. Don L. Peterson introduced to members of the Board the Governor's 
representative. Mrs. Mary Evelyn Parker. Commissioner of Administration. 
Mrs. Parker expressed her pleasure in representing the Governor ana n*r 
Interest In Charity Hospital. Further, Mrs. Parker extended the Governor's 
regrets that he could not personally conduct the organizational meeting 
because he had not yet fully recovered from hie recent illness. As his rep- 
resentative, Mrs, Parker conveyed the wishes of the Governor that the newly 
appointed Board of Administrators of Charity Hospital Kive careful con- 
sideration and attention to the recommendations of the Study Committee 
he has earlier appointed to study and make recommendations for the affairs 
of Charity Hospital. After six months, and again at the end of one year, the 
Governor has asked that he be furnished a progress report by the Board on 
its success in achieving the recommendations of the Study Committee. He 
has pledged his full cooperation to the Board and he has promised to do 
everything possible to assist Charity Hospital to reach its maximum potential. 

Mrs. Parker called for nominations from the Board for Vice- Chairman. 
Dr. Don L. Peterson was elected VIce-Chalrman of the Board and Leo J. 
Kerne was re-elected Director. 

The following members serve on the Board of Administrators: 

Mr. William J. Guste, Jr. Dr. Don L Peterson 

Dr. John L. Kron Dr. Allen A. Coppinff 

Dr. Gilbert C, Tomskey Dr. Richard W. Hughes 

Dr. Allen J. Ellender, Jr. Dr. Maurice O. Wellbaecher 

Dr. Daniel P. Mclntire Mr. Edward S. Bopp 

Mr. Carl T. Smith Mr. George Van Kuren 

Mr. A. N. Simmons, Jr. Mr. Harold P. Haydel 
Mrs. Mary Connolly 

The Members on the various committees are as follows: 

Medical Committee 

Dr. Gilbert C. Tomskey, Chairman 

Dr. Allen A Copping Dr. John L. Kron 

Dr. Allen J. Ellender, Jr. Dr. Daniel P. Mclntire 

Dr. Richard W, Hughes Dr. Maurice O. Wellbaecher 

House Committee 

Mr. Carl T. Smith, Chairman Mr. Edward S. Bopp 

Mr. A. N. Simmons, Jr. Dr. Allen J. Ellender, Jr. 

Mr. George Van Kuren Mr. Harold P. Haydel 

40 



JOINT REPORT OP VICE CHAIRMAN AND DIRECTOR 41 



Finance Committee 

Dr. Richard W. Hughes, Chairman Mr. Edward S. Bopp 
Mr. A, N. Simmons, Jr. Dr. Daniel P. Mclntlre 

Implementation Committee 

Mr. William J. Guste. Jr., Chairman 
Mrs. Mary Connolly Dr. John L. Kron 

The coat of operations for this period increased 11,570,591.00 over the 
previous year. The largest increase of 11,377,266.00 was in salaries. Drugs 
and Surgical Supplies increased $100,565.00. There was a decrease in Repairs 
and Maintenance in the amount of $21,858.00. 

In July, an Implementation Committee was established at the request of 
Governor McKeithen to study ways and means for the overall improvement 
of the Administration of the Hospital. 

In October the renovation and air conditioning of the first five floors of 
the student nurses' residence was completed. Also the restoration ami water- 
proofing of the Dibert T. B. Building, Professional Stud. nt Hun... Interne 
Horn.-. I.-iimli-.v Electrical Building Mid (tut MttllUlanec garnpo. 

Hughes and Mr, Bopp with the assistance of the Investment firm 
review the hospitals investments and thru their efforts the hospital will 
eventually realize $100,000.00 more. 

In February 1965, Mr, George Van Kuren, a Board Member of Charity 
Hospital for eighteen years of continuous service, passed away and was 
replaced by Mr, Louis E. Thomas, Jr. 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 

The Vlce-Chairman and the Director of the hospital wleh to express 
their appreciation to the Sisters of Charity for their splendid cooperation 
and excellent services rendered innumeroua capacities; also, to the vt 
members of the Board of Administrators for the valuable services rendered 
through this year and to the department heads and the entire personnel of 
Charity Hospital for their wonderful Loyalty and cooperation. 

Respectfully submit tod. 

DON L. PETERSON, D.D.S. 

Vice Chairman 

Board of Administrators 

LEO J. KERNE, M.D. 
Director 



42 CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1964-196G 

Prior to the regular order of business, Dr. Peterson asked that all 
members of the Board rise in silent prayer for the late Mr. Oeorge Van Kuren 
who had served continuously on the Board of Administrators since his 
appointment In 1948 nnd who passed away on February 3, 1965. On motion 
of Mr. Guste, seconded by Mr. Bopp, the Board then unanimously approved 
the following resolution as a memorium to Mr. Van Kuren: 

RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY THE BOARD OF ADMINISTRATORS 
OF CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
EXPRESSING SORROW UPON THE DEATH OF BOARD MEMBER 
GEORGE VAN KUREN 

WHEREAS, the Board of Administrators of Charity Hospital of Louisiana 
at New Orleans has noted with sorrow the untimely demise of George. Van 
Kuren; and 

WHEREAS. George Van Kuren. actuated by his concern for, and 
sympathy with the ills of the poor, the lowly and the Indigent, grave 
unstlntingly of his time, his talent, his wise counsel and service in. many 
capacities during a period of over eighteen years as a member of this Board: 
and 

WHEREAS, his Renial disposition, dynamic personality and devotion to 
duty fitted him ideally for membership on the Board of this great Hospital; 
and 

W HKREAS, hit friendship, cli m at! ntion to Hospital affairs and baterosl 

in the welfare of the patients will be sorely missed by Board members, the 
medical staff and patients; 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED 

That the members of the Board of Administrators express their sympathy 
and hereby extend to the bereaved members of Mr. George Van Kuren 's 
family sincere condolences on their great loss; and direct that this resolution 
be ordered spread upon the minutes of this meeting, and that an atteatvd 
copy thereof be sent to the Van Kuren family. 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



43 



COMMENTS ON OPERATIONS 

June 30, 1965 

The cost of operations for the period July 1, 1964 to June 30, 1965. as 
compared with the same period last year Increased $1,670,591.26 as per the 
following summary : 

Increase or 

1965 1964 Decrease* 

Salaries $13,202,353.37 $10,825,086.95 $1,377,268.42 

Food 906,792.39 973,374.83 66,582,44* 

Drugs & Surgical Supplies 2,108,849.76 2,008,284.36 100,566.40 

Repairs Maintenance 242,387.18 264.245.59 21,586.41* 

Other Operating Expenses 1,948,770.14 1,767,569.85 " 0.29 

Total Cost of Operations $17,409,152.84 $16,838,561.58 $1,670,591.26 

Cost of operations for the month of June, 1965, as compared With May, 
1965 increased $39,839.10 as per the following summary: 

Increase or 

June May Decrease* 

Salaries $ 1,092,373.92 $ 1,042.696.97 $ 49,C7fi.!ir> 

Pood 73.142.14 68,855.13 4.287.01 

Drugs & Surgical Supplies 123,853.26 173,071.58 49.218.32* 

Other Operating Expenses 110.853.42 76,134.43 3J. 718.99 

Repairs & Maint. Bldg. & Equip. .. 20.597.78 21.395.69 797.91* 

Hosp. Cent, to Rat Plan & FOAB 73.1S1.04 71,978.66 1.172.38 

Total Cost of Operations $ 1,493,971.66 $ 1,454,132.46 $ 39,839.10 

COMPARATIVE 

ANALYSIS— PERSONAL SERVICE Increase or 

COST June May Decrease* 

ReBldpnt Physicians $ 65,755.90 $ 63,787.50 $ 31.00* 

Interns 13,825.00 14,052.47 227.47* 

All Other Staff Doctors 30,764.62 31.180.12 416.50* 

$ 110.345.52 $ 111,020.09 $ 674.67* 

Registered Nurses $ 122,963.63 f 124,738.79 $ 1.770.26* 

Practical Nurses 70.984.90 65.265.15 6,719.76 

Nurse Aides 169.438.49 UiT, 1 36.43 2,302,06 

$ 363,386,92 $ 857,13 5.37 $ 6,251.66 

Other Personnel $ 614,041.48 $ 569.941.61 $44,099.97 

Sisters of Charity 4,000.00 4,000.00 

Professional Services 600 00 60000 

$1,092.373.92 $1,042,696.97 $49.676.96 

By actual payroll count. 13'i persons were employed ami 140 released 
during the month of June for a decrease of 6 per the followlngr 

Iricroatc or 
June May Decrease* 

Registered Nurses 302 317 IS* 

I'rni-tical Nurses 27S 2S3 

Nurse Aides * 14 s5 ° se * 

All Other Personnel 2.222 2,167 55 

3,611 8,616 6* 



•Red Figures 



44 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1B64-1965 



BALANCE SHEET 

ASSETS 

OPERATING FUNDS— CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash (Schedule I) 

In Banks , t 682.002.52 

Petty Cash Fund 1,650.00 $ 683.652.52 

Accounts Receivable 

Miscellaneous Accounts $ 20,309.13 

State Appropriation 1964-66 399,272.87 

Bond Liquidation Fund Receivable 2,612.60 322.194.60 

Patients Accounts J 2,017.765.37 

Less: Reserve for Doubtful Accounts 2,017,765.37 

Inventory — Materia! &. Supplies 402.953.64 

Prepaid Insurance 3S.986.53 



Total Current Assets * 1,447.787.29 

PLANT ASSETS 

Land f 1,885.776.76 

Buildings 16,911,635.31 

Equipment 6,231,949.94 

Ha ilium 24,669.95 

Cemetery— Land & Buildings 51,702.60 24,105,634.45 

Total $25,553,421.74 



PREMATURE INFANT CARE PROGRAM 

Equipment and Furniture * 59,059.48 



Exhibit I 



LIABILITIES AND HOSPITAL'S EQUITY 
OPERATING FUNDS— CURRENT LIABILITIES 

Accounts Payable 

Trade t 124,672.50 

Employees Retirement 123,435.72 

Soda] Security 7,901.03 

Employees Bond Purchases 12,167.86 

Salary Garnishments 1,632.00 

Withheld Income Tax 108,436.56 

Other 3.33S.25 ? 381.482.92 

Accrued Payroll 443,4 

Reserves 

i" posit on Keys $ 1,722.35 1.722.35 

Due State General Fund 

Miscellaneous Income (Krh. ni) $ 86.887.06 

Prior Year's Adjustment 1,579.12 

Collection Expenses 603.38 B8.969.66 



Total Current Liabilities * 915,640.65 

Hospital's Equity (Sen. II) 532.146.64 

Total Liabilities & Equity SI ,447,787.29 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 45 

PLANT CAPITAL AND DEPRECIATION 

Plant Capital $11,046,229.15 

Reserve Depreciation of Bld&s. $7,355,070.70 

Reserve Depreciation of Equip, 6,704,334.60 13,059,405.30 24,105,634.45 



Total $25,553,421.74 



PREMATURE INFANT CARE PROGRAM 

Advance — Louisiana State Dept. of Health . . $ 59,059.48 



STATEMENT OF HOSPITAL'S EQUITY 

Exhibit II 
Reserve — Hospital's Equity 

Increase or 
Balance Decrease* Balance 
June 30, 1964 July- June 6/30/65 

Inventory— Material & Supplies $489,514.01 $86,580.37' $402,953.64 

Prepaid Insurance 44,415.94 6,429.41* 38,986.63 

$533,929.95 $91,989.78* $441,940.17 

Addr 1964-1965 Commitments . 96,460.78 

1964-1965 Surplus 1M.SH1.8I 



$641,762.60 

Less: Deficit 1962-1963 Carry Over n.798.56* 

Deficit 1963-1964 Carry Over • ■ 97,817.41* 



Total Hospital's Equity $532,146.64 



•Red Figures 



STATEMENT OF CASH BALANCES 



£ 



Hospital 

Operating 

Fund 

HiberaJa National Bank $579,711.69 

National American Bank 11,922,13 

B:tnk of New Orleans 512.01 

St. Bernard Bank & Trust Co 

Whitney National Bank 100.00 

National Bank of Commerce 88,729.69 

Bank of Louisiana in New Orleans 1,027.00 

Petty Cash Fund 1.650.00 

$683,652.52 
A -Kxhil.it I 









Schedule 1 




Bond 


Special 




Endowment 


Liquidation 


Legislative 




Fund 


Fund 


Appropriation 


Total 

$579,711.69 
11,922.13 


$239,541.91 


$ 5,324.50 




245,378.42 






$ 4,738.50 


4,738.50 

100.00 

88,729.69 

1,027.00 


ISO. 00 






1,800.00 


$239,691.91 


$ 6,324.50 


$ 4,738,50 


$933,407.43 



H 


i 



f 



STATEMENT OF INCOME AND EXPENDITURES 

MEANS OF FINANCING 1962-1963 

State Appropriation 

Balance of Appropriation $ 11,779.03* 

Bond Liquidation Fund 

Federal and Other Grants 

Employees Maintenance 

Tulare Clinical Research 

Total Revenues * 11.779.03 

EXPENDITURES 

Operating Expenses t 19 ' 52 

Hospital Contribution to Employees Retirement 

Capital Expenditures 

Inventory — Material and supplies 

Prepaid Insurance 

Total Expenditures * 19 - 5£ 

COMMITMENTS OUTSTANDING JUNE 30, 1965 

Purchase Order Commitments 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES AND COMMITMENTS t l»-52 

UNENCUMBERED BALANCE JUNE 30, 1965 . i 11,798.55* 









Schedule II 




1963-1964 


1964-1965 


Total 


| 


$102,989.77* 
44,434.34 


* 


17,054.543.00 

278,705.92 

91,342.56 

66,685.06 

129,658.76 

17,620.935.30 


| 17,054,543.00 
114,768.80* 
278,705.92 
135,776.90 
66,685.06 
129,658.76 

$ 17,550,600.84 


8 
►3 

5 


% 58,555.43* 


o 
o 

cl 
a 

a 

! 
I 


$ 12,209.42 

19,751.00 
7,301.56 


t 

* 


16,563.525.33 

833.39S.57 

123.480.31 

93,861.93* 

5,429.41* 

17,421,112.87 


$ 16,575,754.27 

833,398.57 

143,231.31 

86,560.37* 

5,429,41* 

S 17,460,394.37 


? 39,261.98 




$ 


96,460.78 
17,517,573.65 


96,460.78 
t 17,556,855.15 


| 


$ 89.S61.98 


7 


$ 97.817.41* 


t 


108,361.65 


$ 6,254.31* 


►3 



: Figures 



48 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-1965 



STATEMENT OF MISCELLANEOUS INCOME 

Schedule Ml 

Month of Total 

Juno 7/1/64 to 

D * > . . 1965 6/30/65 
Patients Services 

Dept of Public Welfare $104,624.58 (1,234,844. £2 

AJl OLher 63,322.01 689,197.74 

- 1167,946.59 $1,824,041, 96 

Auctioneers j 7 058 4T 

Medical Records Certificate .'...'. ['. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.V. .$ 692.00 8,'o6306 

Insurance 3,964.50 46.672 50 

r- isc elU„ eou . * 4 ' 65660 * 61 ' 789 -°* 

Sale of Swill and Junk $ i 66 . S3 j 2,639 63 

lelephone Commissions 719.25 2,639 63 

Kent-Buildings imM 4.800.00 

Student Tuitions 450 . 0O a. M no 

vending Machine Commissions 1,609.28 (0,040,80 

t„.„i »,. „ * 3,345.38 $ F>9,51l!66 

total Miscellaneous Income $175,948.45 $1,945,342.64 

CommjMsions Paid Attorney for Collection 

of Patients Accts 6 n 3 , sg 6,258 26 

Due State General Fund $176,445.07 $1,989,084.38 

iransferred to Louisiana State Treasurer 88,558.02 1.852,197 83 

Balance Due State Treasurer $ 86,887.06 $ 88,887.06 

Remitted For 

M .Rial Health Fund ..$62,818.63 $ 582,939.48 

?fi P n.u C We]faro 104,624.68 1.234,844,22 

aii utner 8,001,86 121,300.68 

■r.j a „l . -,. _ $175,445.07 $1,939,084.38 
Federal and Other Grants 

S: F .L u p ents .. 90 ° 180 ° 

Sun<iry .7.7.7 79,453.50* 219.983.32 

$ 79.462.50 $ 220,001.32 



•Red Figures 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



49 



DEPARTMENT 

Administrative & General S 

Admitting Rooms (Clerical) 

Traffic & Information 

Purchasing: 

Storerooms 

Personnel ■ 

Hospital Screening 

Housekeeping 

Maintenance 

Operation of Plant 

Laundry 

Linen & Sewing Rooms 

Student Nurses' Living Quarters . . 

Internes & Prof. Students 

Sisters' Living Quarters 

Other Personnel Quarters 

Dietary 

M oilical & Surgical Care 

Nursing - Service 

Psychopathic 

Contagious 

Premature Infant Care 

White Tuberculosis Unit 

Colored Tuberculosis Unit 

Pediatrics— W. & C. T. B 

Central Service 

Nursing Education 

Pharmacy & Drugs 

Medical Record Library 

Social Service Department 

Kidney Station 

Operating Rooms 

Poliomyelitis Center .... 

Delivery Rooms 

Anesthesia. Department 

Gas Trerapy 

X-Ray Diagnostic 

X-Ray Therapeutic 

Laboratories 

Physical Therapy 

Electrocardiograph 

Blood Bank 

Electroencephalograph 

Lung Station 

Clinics 

Ambulance Service 

Emergency ■ 

Cemetery 

A-Schedule IV-A and V 



\RTMENT 


AL EXPENSES 






Schedule IV 




Expenses 


Expenses 


Expenses 


7/1/64 to 


7/1 /63 to 


June-1955 


6/30/65 


6/30/64 


52,950.63 


$ 601,594.36 


% 679,960.11 


20,752.14 


181.714.58 


152,426.18 


41,596.53 


497.618.81 


447.775.37 


3,602.88 


33,200.29 




5.640.20 


63,743.56 


56.695.42 


5,462.87 


57,267.97 


50.864.65 


19,740.63 


229.283.53 


216,941.56 


77,243.91 


J0S.7tJii.si 


797,068.00 


77.428.58 


717,475.04 


653,768.65 


45,679.67 


531,257.42 


518.859.72 


29,360.30 


346.117.07 


306.734.64 


9,419.01 


105,609,08 


95,275.92 


9,135.33 


124,076.60 


43.574.89 


3,593,25 


43,765.42 


38,507.82 


6,143.70 


73,470.44 


59.794.58 


153.62 


1,508.24 


3.794.34 


139.303.44 


1.664.993.60 


1,721.827.86 


87,975.21 


1,065.586.94 


744.628.76 


287,506.33 


2,776,679.58 


2,404.934,23 


32,024.74 


367.145.79 


35S.90S.99 


24,073,23 


302.294.80 


282,578,01 


17.535.01 


196,327.30 


IT! :■■»:: ■ • 


29,394.32 


802.54S.20 


253,750.71 




142.926.6S 


186,991.17 


1,855.32 


21,816.10 


22.341.10 


58,769.25 


658.40S.88 


618,090.65 


27,249.40 


324, 036.08 




9.454.97 


636.571.97 


556.040.S7 


22,487.57 


265.330.lill 


238,465.28 


15.524.76 


160.879.G2 


156.528.76 


250.00 


3,133.12 


1,476.16 


62,271.30 


735.108.27 


682,120,31 


7,779.22 


84, 879.96 


77,012.58 


18,007.45 


232,556.60 


217.522.55 


17,487.70 


240,070,21 


(87.89 


5,684.22 


79.613,20 


74.308.84 


59.557.08 


721.958.04 


696,707.69 


11,581.29 


1117.143.19 


103,759.34 


45,060.17 


6S1.647.2S 


468,730.96 


7.083.78 


93.531.68 


1 mi. 401.20 


10,667.63 


126.491. 91 


113,927.72 


15.472.46 


180,837.13 


151.867.67 


1,794.27 


23,588.94 


21.629.70 


2.230.86 


26,134.31 


23,983.94 


42.033.SU 


490.982.44 


466,784.88 


5,679.50 


67,080.53 


68,603.02 


21,230.73 


241,799.81 


224.997.32 


452.64 


5,584.59 


5.179.31 


| 1,493,971.56 
A 


117,409,15 


118,818,661.5! 



ANALYSIS OF EXPENDITURES 

Schedule IV- 
MONTH OF JUNE JULY 1, 1964 TO JUNE 30, 1965 

Prior Year's 1964-1965 Prior Year's 1964-1965 

Commit- Appro- Total Commit- Appro- Total 

merits priation ments oriatron 

PERSONAL SERVICES pnation 



Salaries $1,031,773.92 $1,091,773.92 

Professional Services 600.00 600.00 



$12,192,140.87 $12,192.1 40.87 
10,212.50 10,212.60 



$1,092,373.92 $1,092,378.92 ' J12.202~.3E3.37 $12,202,353.87 



CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 

Advertising . . $ 10.62 

Dues * Subscriptions 27.60 87.60 4.00 6.506.76 6.510.76 

Gas & Electricity 25,490,04 25,490.04 423.88* 295,767.38 ■'!.:, S83 60 K 

Insurance . >;,***,<* 6.868.05 7K.0S2.34 73,052.34 ffi 

Postage & Trans, of Commod 1,348.01 1,348.01 64.14 19 225 44 19 279 58 

f rinti "S 556,07 668.07 178.44* 11.440.48 1U62M 

Renttl,s 148.22 148.22 3.705.00 20.O6B SI ?3 771 si 2 



10.62 


$ 21.84 


$ 1.649.5S 


37.60 


4.00 


6.506. 76 


25,490.04 


423.88* 


295.757.38 


6,868.06 




73. 052.34 


1,348.01 


64.14 


19,225.44 


r.56.07 


178.44* 


1 1 .440,48 


148.22 


3,705.00 


20,066.81 


13,608.15 


1,882.60 


167,531.30 


17.637.14 


715.78 


101,644.58 


84.05 


16.18 


1,889.80 



23,771.81 

168,913.80 

102,360.36 

1. 305.98 



Repairing Property & Equipment 13,608.15 

Telephone* Telegraph 17,637,14 

Other 64.05 

65.757.8S $ 65,757~85 $ 5.297.12 $ 697,764. 43 $ 70a.061.65 

TRAVELING EXPENSES 20.61 * $ 20.61* "$ 199~6¥* $ 4J33~38 $ 8 933 78' 

MATERIAL & SUPPLIES 

Clothing- $172.55* 

Educational & Recreational 

General 1'lnnt 

Household 26.83* 

Medical 50.01* 

Office 

Automotive 

Bldg. Grounds. Maint. & Repairs 

Equip. Maint. & Repairs 

Horticulture 



324.20 


$ 151.65 


$ 35.75* 


$ 7,692.70 


$ 7.656.95 


309.81 


309.81 


211.91 


2,471.05 


2,682.96 


24,249.86 


24,249.88 


60.75* 


110,449.01 


110,388.26 


25,039.09 


25,012.26 


1,501.52 


328,099.76 


329.601.28 


23,903.27 


123,853.26 


3,886.11 


2,104,963.65 


2,108,849.76 


7,000.04 


7.000.04 


276.36 


81,865.75 


82,142.11 


264.95 


264.9S 


124.67 


8,766.48 


8,881.05 






84,65* 


15,152.81 


15,068.16 


6.989.03 


6,989.63 


484.91 


57,920.31 


58,405.22 


62.24 


62.24 




689.19 


680.19 



73 14214 .73,142.14 947.27 905,845.12 90G.792.39 

1,673.53 1,673.52 luii.OS* 35.377.33 35,257.24 



1249.39* I 262,958.75 $ 262,709.36 $ 7,131,42 $ 3,659,274.15 $ 3,666,405.57 



Food 
Other 

RETIREMENT & FOAB EXP _ $ 73,151.04 ' $ 73,151.04' ^^^^ S 833^98757 $ 833.398.57 

TOTAL DEPARTMENTAL EXPENSE .$24 9.39* $1,494,220.95 $1,49 3,971.56 $12,228.94 $17,396,923,90 $17,409,152.84 O 

% 

EXPENDITURES— ASSETS O 

m 
Equipment Purchases ».«.«.. . „ „„„ „.. 

9,230.04 % 9,230.04 > 





905,845.12 
35,377.32 


1 


3,659,274.15 


$ 


833,398.57 


$17,3H6,923.90 



BuE^oenerarP.^-:::::: :::::: . m _ i r .« fi !*™° 



698 06 $ 698.06 6,763.95 6,763.95 ^ 

6,775.00 6,775.00 $19,751.00 46.506.74 66.257.T4 <h 

597.60 597.50 8,731.27 8,731.27 2 

19.20* 19.20* 2 





Household 

Medical 

Office 

Educational & Recreational 
Safety & Sanitary 

Total Equipment Purchases _ $ 8.051.36 $ 8.031.36 $19,751.00 $ 71,459.00 

Major Building Repairs _^__^__ $ 52,021.31 

Total Capita] Expenditures ____ $ 8,051.36 I 8,051.3$ $19,751.00 $ 123,480.31 $ 143,231.31 £ 

5 
DEFERRED CHARGES 3 



Prepai rnsurar.ee $ 6,868.05' $ 6,868.05* $ 5,429.41* $ 5,429.41* g 

STORES 

Inventories— Increase— Decrease 68.669.24' 68.669.24* $7,301.56 93,861.93* 



TOTAL. EXPENDITURES $249.39* $1,426,735,02 $1,426.485.63 $39,281.50 $17.421.112.87 



1 


H.210.00 


I 


52,021.31 


1 


143,231.31 


1 


5,429.41* 

B 

86,560.37* 

B 


$17,460,394.37 



STATEMENT OF BUDGET BALANCES 

APPROPRIATION FISCAL YEAR 1964-1965 

Allotment Expended Expended Allotment Sal 

7/1/64to Month of to Before Co mm 

6/30/65 June Date 6/30/66 

Personal Services $12,170,254.00 $1,092,373.92 $12,202,353.37 $32,099,37* 

Contracture^ Services 717.474.00 05,757.85 697,784.43 19,709.57 

Travel Expense 5,900.00 20.81* 4,133.38 866.6! 

Material A Supplies 3,530.308.34 202,958.75 3,859,274.15 128,965.81* 

Hosp, Cont. to Ret. Plan 834,524.00 73,151.04 833,398.57 1,125.43 

Equip. Purch. (Cap. Outlay) 159,000.00 8,051.36 71.469.00 87,541.00 

Major Repairs 94,759.00 62,021.31 42,737.69 

Deferred Charges 6,868.05* 5,429.41* 5.429.41 

Stores 68,869.24* 93.S61.93* 93.861.93 

Prior Years Deficit 109,615.96 109,615,96 

|17,6i0,98t>.80 $1,426,786.011 $17.421,118,85 $189,822.43 

*Red Figures 

A— Schedule IV and V 

B — Schedule II 



1. Total Expended 


Allotment 


5 


i Ccmm. 


and Comm. 


Balance 


>• 

9 


6/30/6S 


6/30/65 


6/30/65 


$ 


$12,202,353.37 


$ 32,099.37* 


3,046.01 


700.Slu.44 


16,663.66 


a 




4,133.38 


866.62 


o 


12.26S.S3 


8,671,642.68 


141,234.34* 


i 

•n 




833.393.57 


1,125.43 


V 


44,041.36 


115,500.38 


43,499.64 


30,561.99 


82.683.30 


12,176.70 


F 




5,429.41* 


5,429.41 


1 


6,542.89 


87,319.04* 


87,319.04 


tO 




109.615.96 
$17,627,189.61 




•u 


$96,460.78 


$ 6.254,31* 


W 



Total 

Patients Remaining 

June 30, 1964 1,854 

May 31, 1965 1.787 

Admissions 

June, 1965 4,133 

7/1/64 to 6/30/65 63,875 

Transferred from Others 

June 1966 418 

7/1/64 to 6/30/65 4,686 

Patients Discharged 

June. 1965 3.994 

7/1/64 to 6/30/66 60,960 

Transferred to Others 

June, 1965 418 

7/1/64 to 6/30/65 4.685 

Patients Died 

June. 196S 230 

7/1/64 to 6/30/65 3.083 

Patients Remaining 

June 30, 1965 1.696 

Patient Days 

June 30. 1966 53,957 

7/1/64 to 6/30/66 693,699 

Daily Average No. of Patients 

June 30, 1965 1.™ 

7/1/64 to 6/30/65 1.901 

Average Length of Stay Day* 

June 30. 1965 8° 4 

7/1/64 to 6/30/65 12-61 













Schedule VI 




3IONS, DISCHARGES AND PATIENT DAY COSTS 




Contagious 


General 


Poliomy- 
elitis 


Premature 

Infant 


Psycho- 
pathic 


Tuber- 
culosis 




68 
63 


1,366 
1,313 


1 
1 


82 
90 


122 
155 


225 
175 


O 
Jo 


146 
2,177 


3,699 
48,260 




1 


82 

916 


176 
2,132 


30 
389 


16 
158 


347 
1,832 



9 


2 
63 


16 
296 


33 
310 


41 

& 
o 


130 
1,988 


3.530 
45,558 



4 


69 
708 


226 
2,191 


40 

511 


o 
d 
3 
| 


23 
238 


359 
4,003 



6 


2 
20 


13 
233 


21 

185 




3 
135 


199 
2,636 






21 
241 


3 
21 


4 

50 


6 


69 


1,271 


1 


82 


106 


178 


H 


1,791 
23,941 


40,284 
519,221 


30 

481 


2,551 
28,230 


4,073 
52,403 


5,228 
69.423 


I 


60 
66 


1,343 
1.423 


1 

1 


85 
77 


136 
144 


174 
190 




9.13 
10.76 


8.00 
10.51 



240.50 


14.49 
29.04 


11.44 
23.17 


25.63 
120.52 





Schedule VI (Continued) 

STATEMENT OF HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS, DISCHARGES AND PATIENT DAY COSTS 

Poliomy. Premature Psycho- Tuber- 
Total Contagious General elitis Infant pathic eulosis 
Percent Mortality 

June 30, 1965 , 3.85 LSI 3.95 1193 S4 , 9a 

7/1/64 to 6/30/65 6.66 6.07 5.33 M.79 \n 1 

Average Monthly Occupancy 

June, 1965 68.73 M ,^ 6G . 97 „ ?0 S6 g< 85 

7/1/64 to 6/30/65 62.04 49.69 lO.Si 1.78 M.4S 11.13 tilt 

CLINICS 

Month of June, 1965 July 1, 1964 to June 30, 1965 

White Colored Total White Colored Total 

Out-ralient Visits 12,390 32,825 45,216 146,870 383,311 630 181 

Emergency Room Patients 1.503 4.581 i;.ns.| 17,914 62,888 70,800 

13.893 37.40S 51,299 164,784 436,197 600^981 
Deduct: Emergency Room Patients Treated 

and Transferred to Wards 92* 227* 319* 1,591* 2,424* 4,015* 

13.801 37,179 50,908 163,193 1J8J73 596,968 

PATIENT DAY COSTS 

Av. Mo. Cost Fiscal Month of Total 

Year 1963-1964 June 7/1/64 to 6/30'65 
In-Patients 

Total Service Cost $14,680,171.43 51,386,600.69 $16,156,853.01 

Average Cost Per Patient Day ' $20.73 $26.70 $28,29 — 

Out-Patient Visits ==^== 

Total Service Cost $ 1,168,390.15 $ 107,370.87 $ 1,252,299.83 

Average Cost Per Patient Visits H.98 j 2>n - 2 10 ' 

•Red Figures 



T. 

H 

I 

a 

a 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPART M K.N* T 



55 



Schedule Vlt 



STATEMENT OF ADMISSIONS BY PARISHES 



Parish 



7/1/64 
June 6/30/65 



Acadia 

Allen 

Ascension 

Assumption 

Avoyelles 

Beauregard 

Bienville 

Bossier 

Caddo 

Calcasieu 

Caldwell 

Cameron 

Catahoula 

Claiborne 

Concordia 

DeSoto 

East Baton Rouge 

East Carroll . 

East Feliciana 
Evangeline ....... 

Franklin 

Grant 

Iberia 

nserville 

Jackson 



14 

2 

65 

64 

10 

1 


1 

3 

23 

2 

3 





6 



208 

1 

44 

12 

2 

1 

27 

38 



Jefferson S17 



Jefferson Davis 

Lafayette , 

Lafourche ...... 

LaSalle 

Lincoln ........ 

Livingston 

Madison 

Morehouse 
Natchitoches . . . 



9 

18 
66 
1 

13 
1 

1 



179 

37 

S37 

689 

132 

26 



E 

38 

281 

6 

12 

9 

2 

57 

4 

2,198 

19 

698 

156 

23 

18 

230 

708 

4 

4,452 

81 

215 

942 

13 

6 

218 

15 

12 

23 



Parish 

Orleans 

Ouachita 

Plaquemines 

Polnte Coupee 

Rapides 

Rf d River 

Richland 

Sabine 

St. Bernard 

St. Charles 

St. Helena 

St. James 

St .lohn the Baptist 

St. Landry 

St. Martin t . . 

St. Mary 

St. Tammany 

Tangipahoa 

Tensas 

Terrebonne 

Onion 

Vermilion 

Vernon ,,,.,.., 

Washington 

"Webster 

West Baton Rouge . 

West Carroll 

West Feliciana 

Winn 



Other States 

Foreign 

Unknown .... 



June 

2,326 

3 
61 
50 
13 



1 


46 
39 

2 
63 
84 
28 

S 
50 
56 
67 

1 
115 



9 


5S 

1 
28 


14 

1 



7/1/84 
6/30/65 

30,393 

54 

779 

483 

137 

2 

7 

I 

6S9 

712 

51 

797 

954 

421 

114 

48S 

880 

898 

35 

1,366 

5 

102 

25 

r.::i> 

7 

452 

in 

262 

6 



4,052 


62,814 


73 


Sfa 


7 


to 


1 


11 



4,133 53.876 



1964 

Jtilv 4,806 

August 4,972 

September 4,866 

October 4.894 

November 4,805 

December 4,266 

1965 

January 4.789 

February 4,248 

March • <•*« 

April 4.093 

May 4.054 

June 4,133 



53,875 



Schedule VIII 



NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES ON PAYROLL 



NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 



S3 

o *- 

x -. 
*■ r-» 

ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL < 

Executive Office , 7 

Accounting' Department 41 

Traffic & Information 1S6 

Purchasing- Department 10 

Personnel Department 16 

Mimeo. & Multl Sections 7 

Post Office 3 

TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE & GENERAL , . 270 

Admitting Rooms — Clerical 53 

Store Rooms , IB 

Screening Unit 73 

Housekeeping Department 309 

Maintenance Department 148 

Operation of Plain 49 

Laundry , 130 

Linen & Sewing Rooms , 39 

Student Nurses' Living Quarters IB 

Prof. Students' Home (Tulane Ave.) 18 

Sisters' Living Quarters 9 

Dietary Department 291 

Medical & Surgical Care— Clerical 49 

Nursing Service 869 

Psychopathic Ill 

Contagious Unit 77 

Premature Infant Care 60 

White Tuberculosis Unit 88 

Colored Tuberculosis Unit 67 

Pediatric* W. & C. T. B. ParlenU 7 



— -o 

c.H 
o u in 

Job 

■ - X ^ 



2* 



2 
2 
3* 

2 

2 

1 

43 

1 
2 

10 

67* 



'Z in 



7 
41 

1S5 

10 

14 

7 

3 

267 
53 
21 
75 

306 

14S 
51 

130 

41 

L5 

17 

9 

291 
49 

912 

111 
78 
62 
98 



_ — m 

V ffl " 

< 0. 10 

7 

37 

172 
9 

12 

7 

3 

247 

61 

21 

68 
302 
133 

47 
126 

41 

IE 

16 

9 

293 

18 
828 
100 

73 

62 

90 



MONTH OF JUNE, 1965 
Increase Decrease 



14 
2 
1 



a 
E 
ID 



12 
7 

19 
i 



it 

c 

2 

I- 



1 

"i 
ii 



1 

4 

25 
6 
1 



■? *S 

o a <? 

<a» 

7 
83 

167 

9 

12 

7 

3 

243 

52 

17 

67 
300 
128 

47 
125 

41 

15 

17 

8 

300 

25 
825 
100 

73 

63 

90 



E 

I 

s 
o 

CO 



Central Service 

Nursing Education .'.' .'.'!.'.'.' ".'"' «■ 

Pharmacy and Drugs , 

Record Library ..!!."! 

Social Service Department 

Kidney Station , , 

Operating Rooms 

Poliomyelitis Center 

Delivery Rooms 

Anesthesia Department . i*o 

Gas Therapy ' 

X-Ray Diagnostic ., _ 

X-Ray Therapeutic '...*" 

Laboratories 1fl ; 

Physical Therapy .........,'. 32 

22 

2<) 
6 



Electrocardiograph 
Blood Bank 
Lung Station 



65 
27 
86 
50 
1 
154 
25 
61 



12 
170 



142 

IS 

56 

2 



1 

1* 
8* 

6 

1 
3* 



8 

1 
9 
2* 



2* 
1* 



19 



Electroencephalograph . . -. 

Clinics .','.'." 

Ambulance 

Emergency Rooms !-"!*!! 

Cemetery ' \ ' 

TOTAL EMPLOYEES "".""!" 3>3 

Residents 

Internes 

Student Nurses 

Dietetic Students '■'■ ...I'.. .. ..[.[.,. " 

Anesthesia Department (Students) ". ..,...., .,', 39 

TOTAL OTHER PERSONNEL "7^3" 

TOTAL ALL PERSONNEL " ij$s jj 



103 
65 
28 
84 

47 
1 

160 
26 
48 
18 
12 

178 
24 

137 
30 
22 
21 
5 
4 

141 

18 
58 
2 



8.953 

333 

129 

277 

14 

39 

792 

4,745 



101 
65 
25 
7S 
36 
1 
137 
25 
43 
16 
10 
126 
21 
108 
22 
21 
25 
5 
4 
127 
IS 
64 
2 



8,616 

304 

88 



35 



Total Number of Employees Authorized 7/1/64 
Additional Authorized Month of June. 1965 

Number of Employees on Payroll 5/31/65 ..[' 

Add : No. Employees Employed during June 
Less: Number Employees Released during June 

Number of Vacancies 

Labor Turnover ...,,■,,.,,.. 
•Red Figures 



427 
4,043 

. . 3,934 
.. 19 



23 



23 



1 
I 

i 

6 

1 
i 



9 

2 

13 



8 

3 

135 



,616 

135 8,751 

140 



135 
3,953 



23 
33 



33 
66 



3,611 
342 
3.80% 



99 
64 
25 

S3 
40 
1 
135 
25 
43 





16 


PJ 




12 




35 


100 


O 


2 


21 


S3 


6 


116 


tJ 




22 


O 




21 


<g 




26 






5 


O 




4 





2 


134 


q 


2 


18 
G7 


2 

H 




2 


1 


— — — - 




O 


140 


3,611 




105 
47 


199 
8 






% 


4 


31 


1 


156 


238 


►3 


296 


3.849 



Schedule Vlll-A 



RESIDENTS AND INTERNES ON PAYROLL 



NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 



■o 
■ 

N 
J| 

<r~ 

RESIDENTS • ■ m 

Regular 

Farmed Out 

C. T. P . ■ - 

333 

INTERNES ■ 129 

Regular 

Farmed Out 

C. T. P ■ : 

129 

TOTAL RESIDENTS AND INTERNES ..... 462 

•Paid by Charity Hospital 

••Does not receive pay 



MONTH OF JUNE, 1965 
Increase Decreate 



_ -o 


■o 






w « 




c 




c.S 




o 






O (O 


« oS? 


■ 


-- x"-~ 


■£ i 


s ss 


c a 




I* 

333 


Acti 
Pay 

5/31 


2 E 
1- uj 








271* 










26** 










8" 








333 


304 








129 


80' 
8** 








129 


as 








463 


392 


.. 



33 



33 
33 



98 
4 
3 

106 

47 



47 
162 



c 
a 

— in 
-*- ? ? 

■s >»£ 
<Q.o 

173* 

si»* 

6" 
199 

0* 
8»* 

8 

207 



n 



o 

a 



? 



STATEMENT OF HOSPITAL BUILDINGS 



Schedule IX 



Total 
6/30/64 

Main Hospital Building $10,873,706 25 

Student Nurses Home 1.06S,'8-i6.35 

Ambulance House and Garage 172 663 82 

Laundry Building 134>02'2S 

Power House and Ice Plant 255,959 63 

Warehouse and Incinerator 31 019 36 

New Warehouse Bldg- 599 V^fi 79 

Contagious Patients Bldg 316*10l's3 

Covered and Enclosed Passages .... 4 339 38 

Dibert T. B. Memorial Bldg. 465'o5e'49 

Prof. Students Home— Tulane Ave. 151 042*23 

Paint Shop 44,786!l3 

Machine & Woodworking Shop 103,072.49 

White & Colored T. B. Bidg. . 76*929 41 

Colored T. B. Building .'.'.'." 166.'251.*53 

Lapeyre-Miltenberger Bldg. 399 957 93 

Sisters Home * 233*839.90 

Male Internes Home 453 349 75 

Tool House ; l^OO.'ss 

Dibert Radiation Center 261.62S.72 

J15.81S.982.14 



•Denotes Red Figures 



7/1/64 to 

6/30/65 

Additions 

{72,534,66 
7,885.46 



12,233.05 



J92.853.17 



Total 



$10,946 

1,076 

172, 

134, 

255, 

31 
599, 
316, 
4 
477, 
161, 

44, 
103, 

76, 
166, 
399, 
233, 
458 
1 
Ml 



240,91 
,731.81 
,563.82 
,602.25 
,959.63 
,019.36 

,:.;>;,7n 

,101.83 
,339,38 
,289.54 
,042,23 
,786.13 
,072.49 
,929.41 
,251.53 
,967.98 
,839.90 
,340.75 
,400.85 
628.72 



RESERVE FOR DEPRECIATION 

7/1/64 to 
6/30/64 6/30/65 Total 



$4,716,634.28 

524,819,45 

91,396.41 

61,285.14 

119,202.89 

31,639.75 

23,981.08 

247.613.17 

3,095.47 

354.880.04 

101,967.11 

8,047.72 

29.812.61 

54,107.05 

119,635.39 

252,595.64 

155.987.58 

119,168.65 

1,279,13 

20,930.28 



$218,924.80 

21,534.64 

3,451.27 

2,682.04 

6,119.19 

620.39* 

11.990.54 

6,322.04 

86.78 

9,545.79 

3,020.84 

895.72 

2,061.44 

1,538.59 

3,325.03 

7,999.36 

4,676.79 

9,166,81 

28.01 

5,232.57 



$4,935,559.08 

646,354.09 

94,847.68 

63.977.18 

124,322,08 

31,019.36 

35,971.62 

253,935.21 

3,182.25 

364,425.83 

104,987.95 

8,943.44 

31,874.05 

65,645.64 

122,960.42 

260,595.00 

160,664.37 

128,335.46 

1,307.14 

26,162.85 



$15.911,635.31 $7,038,078.84 '$316,991.86 $7,355,070.'70 



q 






Schedule X 

STATEMENT OF HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS 

RESERVE FOR DEPRECIATION 

Addition. Deletion. 7 -i^Mto' 

JSH. 7 «a» 3Sfiff e^ 5 a/3o /W 7 s%/ 65 .mm 

^h^b,^ nggy lugg ;; *8B8S *StSS , *SS "Bfgj 

Student Nursea Home „ "J'Swm i!". M76.84 1 - 47fS - 8 * ^IIm^ 

Professional Students Home -m'JIJtJ ... W.856.1S I5MW.U «rSrS'i! 8 

laundry Building Sffilt ! 846.353.19 846.S53.19 IS'SSoa 

power House & ice Plant 846.3 53.19 51,150.76 48.004.08 £!££ 

Machine & Woodworking Shop !H~I? 66.128.27 68.128.27 ••-••■■••■ "'hhi 

Contagious Patients Bldg SS'I^m ""s 48444 ... 81,781.00 78,360.56 543.04 "•*"'" t 

Utbort T. B. Building - 76,3»0 56 6.430.44 ■■ M 60743 . 40 60.743.40 <, 

Lapeyre-Miltenberger Bldg 60 Ai{-\, 5,656.33 B.655.33 .^«« 

White & Colored T. B Bldg ,|'«n« " " 688 03 '.'.'.'.'.....I 37,06 S.36 34.558.65 2.509.71 J 7 .-"**" 

Colored Tuberculosis Bldg. !!\'«« " . 16,155.25 15.1E5.25 Willi 

Sisters Horn, Mm 8 "' 2779 60 !'.» . I".. 35.096.72 10.649.73 3,609.67 ^"-J? 

Warehouse Bldg 32,317.22 2.779.60 ^ 44 SJM _, 8 m94 4.662.30 

Tool House I'lllil "" .... 7,588.93 7,588.83 liHH 

Fences & Paved Walks ,1'SIIm 29,757.89 29.757.89 1'Allil 

Ma j, internes Home 2 ""' 8 » ""i&'u 64,289.27 24,642.63 10,157.17 34,799.80 

Automotive Equipment ^J,' [g8 ," jul^SO '.'.'.'.'.'..... $3.231.949.94 IWTO.W WI.MM 15,704,334.60 

•Denotes Red Figures 



REPORT OP ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT gl 



948,60 
1,410.15 



„. „„„ Schedule XI 

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES—EQUIPMENT 

1963-1964 1964-1965 
Appro- Appro- Trust 

AUTOMOTIVE priation priation Funds 

2 1965 Pontiac Catallna 4 Door, 6 Passenger 
Safari Amblewagon, V-S Engine with 
Extras 

1 1965 Ford F-35u" Pickup 9 Ft.' Body',' V-g * '.226.48 
Engine Complete with Standard Equlp- 

ment 2.003.56 

BUILDING & GENERAL PLANT 9,230.04 

2 Trand Heater Unit. Mode! 38 SH with 1/80 

HP Constant Speed, Model S 227 00 

HOUSEHOLD 22 ™° 

1 Room Air Condi tloner— Fredericks, Mode] 

4S252, 25.800 B.T.U , 393 ,- 

2 Room Air Conditioners, Fredericks Model 

4S1S2, 1% H.P., 18,400 B.T.U 89 , ., 

1 Frigidalre, Model CMH 45 W, Ice Cube 
Machine with Water Cooled Condenser . 

5 Sears Coldspot Air Conditioning Units, 
Model 65T2, 18.500 B.T.U 

2 Two Door Metal Lockers, Lyons #1000 
36" x 21" x 72" 

1 Electric Refrigerator, D10J-I0 Cu. PL 
Single Door „ . .. 

28 Pairs Safety Side Rails, " Simmons "with 

Clamps 1 463 00 

2 Recliner Chairs, Pan American #704 In 
U.S. Naugahyde Green 162 Oft 

3 Utility Trucks, Steel Construction, 20"x30" 
with Shelves & Guard, Tomac 61440-010 143 ™ 

1 Pedders Air Conditioner. Model 4B20E7 

14.000 B.T.U 

1 Refrigerator, Biological 1.1 Co! Ft, "special 

Suspension Brackets. 24" High, 18" Wide, 

18" Deep, 110 Volt, 60 Cycle AC, Dlllion 

Lilly R4010 

1 Westinghouse Drinking Fountain, Mode! 

W-8-D 

1 Galvanised Mopping Tank, White, Two 

Tanks #260B 

1 Blender. Waring #CB- 5 ..[', 25724 

2 Tray Trucky, Stainless Steel. Lakeside 

. ^ 4 * 4 , 135,86 

Refrigerator, Compact Model TA6SA 16S 00 

1 Tray Truck, Stain less Steel, Lakeside #322 3123 

6 Air Conditioners . 1 164 on 

1 Dupont Battery Operated Floor Machine 'sgYoo 

3 Sins-er Sewing Machines ..«'„ 

1 Vapo-Vent ™ 

1 Sanborn Mobile Cart 

5 Ivockern , 

1 Tray Truck 

2 Cosco Chairs 

8 Stainless Irrigating Stands M&SS 

6 Heated Tray Food Carts PH 1225 S 474 40 



235.00 

183.50 
148.48 
108.73 



127.S0 

378.9S 

177.28 

II mi 



$ 6,763.95 $ 7,437.34 



62 CHARITY HOSPITAU—1 964 -1966 



Schedule XI (Continued) 

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES— EQUIPMENT 

1963-1964 1964-1965 
Appro- Appro- Trust 

priation prisition Funda 

MEDICAL 

1 Corbln Famsworth Cardiac Synchronized 
Pacemaker— Pels Furnish & Instail Radio- 
graphic and Fluoroscopic X-Ray Unit aa 

Per Specifications % 2,530.00 

1 International Centrifuge, Model HN-34G0 

with Head, Shield*, Cushions 17,221,00 $ 427.Z4 

6 Multi-Malic All Electric Hospital Beds, 

6 Simmons H-750 with Safety Sides 8,078.00 

1 Inspissator Coagulator Elconap, Type 111. 

10 Amps, 115 Volts— AC 650.00 

1 Complete 500 M.A. 130 K.V. Radiographic 
and Fluoroscopic Unit Including Table & 

Accessories 14.000.00 

3 Pediatric Stretchers, Adaptable with Side 
Rails, Extension and Standard Accessories, 

Simmons Hauted #1500 1,384.50 

1 Furnish & Install 500 M.A. 130 K.V. Radio- 
graphic and Fluoroscopic Unit Including 

9O°/90° Table and Accessories 20.192.00 

25 Deckert Orthopedic Bc<ls with Balkan 

Frame, Simmons #91fi-3-U-176 6.775.0O 

t Operating Table * '?!■»; 

1 Flame Photometer Ten 

1 Coagulation Timer Flbrometer 450,00 

12 Pairs Safety Side Ralls 714.00 

1 Electroaectlles with Explosion Proof Foot- 
switch 9SO.00 

12 Bedside Metal Cabinets 484, SO 

1 Orthopedic Bed 

1 Bedpan Sanitlzer tl~ 

4 Crib Beds ^66.00 

2 Multl-Matic Electric Beds *f 

13 Incubators Mo!!'!! 1 

IE Wheelchairs io? 

1 Pressure Machine f,t"°° 

2 Sanborn EKG Machines inla ° 

1 Tabular Flow 1'2S"?* 

1 Amplatz Injector , ,'n U 

1 Cardioverter ?'„ 

1 Cofflator *••• 

1 IPPB Machine lf " 

2 Adams Sero Fugea . Si 

I MTU Meteorite Camera Z.BB-.r.O 

1 Isolette 865,00 

1 Respirator * n fi.20 

1 Filter Optic Power Supply 

1 Centrifuge Complete ?2 

1 Electrical Water Bath Tub 125.00 

1 Compressor Complete ' '' -"'"' 

1 Cystoseope 364.15 

1 Mobile X-Ray Unit ■ -.088.28 

2 Arc Light Tables 

1 Pleural Pump "! 

3 Sponge Receptacles I''* 

2 Spreegraus 494.70 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 63 



Schedule XI (Continued) 

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES— EQUIPMENT 

1963-1964 1964-1965 

Appro- Appro- Trust 

i f.k„j,„, „ , priation priation Funds 

l Chardacks Pacemaker 425 „ 

FF t CE $19,751.00 $46,506.74 $39,739^66 

1 D-24 Rotary Printing Calculator, 10 

Key, Olivetti Underwood $485 00 

Less: Trade In 

1 Underwood Adding Machine 

Serial #10120-P-8802«3 10 oo t *t\ on 

1 Soundscriber Communicator with 
Hand Mike #431200 Executive Sec- 

retary with Foot control #43000 Etc. 819 50 

I Transcribing Dictaphone Machines 79400 

6 13 Underwood T-5 Typewriter. 

Elite Type $191.00 

Less: Trade In 
Underwood 11-6641077 ...$25.00 
Remington J-ll-2320937 .. 25.00 
Royal KHM-11-3746893 ... 2S.0O 
Royal KHM-11-2557574 ... 25.00 
Royal Electric RE- 

t im.'tf'! 2 !", 4800 USM 998-00 

l IBM Electric Typewriter, 13", Elite 

Ble *e 414 00 

1 A. B. Dick Model 412 Mimeograph 

Duplicator and Cabinet j2g 50 

1 13" Electric Typewriter ! $378.25 

Less: Trade In 
Royal Typewriter #HHE-5215S35 55.00 3"3 25 

1 IS" Scriptor Electric 

Typewriter $334.50 

Less: Trade In 

Underwood Typewriter #13- 

7559527 45.00 2g9 B0 

1 Section Steel Shelving 108" Wide. 7' High. 

18" Length, Green SR 718 Tennsco .' 90 54 

1 Five Drawer Legal File, Anderson Hlckey 

1852 80.86 

1 Posture Chair Spring Back, Metal, Cosco 

«-S S1.50 

I Line-A-TIme Copyholder, 14" 49.00 

1 8 Drawer Double Compartments File 
Cabinets for 3" x 5" Cards, Anderson 

Ilickey 1941853 134 50 

2 Four Drawer Metal Files, Letter Size, Art 

Metal 8640 16160 

5 Posture Chairs, Cosco 18-a, Upholstered 

Bro «'1 169.60 

1 7 Drawer 14 Compartment File Cabinet 

for 4" x 6" Cards, Shaw-Wnlker C1419 .. 218.00 

4 Electric Typewriters Duplex Forum Model, 

13" Elite Victoria 12 Pitch Type at 

359.34 each $1,437.38 

I Electric Typewriters Duplex Forum 

Model 16" Elite Victoria 12 Pitch 

at 382.56 each 765.12 



$2,202.48 



G4 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-1965 



Schedule XI (Continued) 

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES— EQUIPMENT 

Appro- 1964-1965 
priation Appro- Trust 

1963-1964 priation Funds 

Less: Trade In 

1 Royal Manual Typewriter 

KMM-2913Z35 fS.OO 

1 Underwood Manual Typewriter 

11-769*581 ">°-0° 

1 Underwood Manual Typewriter 

11-5782550 T5.00 1^2.48 

1 Double Pedestal Desk. Size 60" x SO" Shaw 

Walker 660-2 

1 Seven Drawer 14 Compartment File Cabi- 
net for 4" x 6" Cards with Lock, Shaw ^ 

Walker C1419 410 00 

1 Dictaphone Dictating Machine, Model P-7 * lv - 

1 L Shape Table Desk Consisting of each 1 
Desk 42" x 30" Without Pedestal, But 
With Center Drawer Back & Side Panels 
and Side Return Consisting of Top 69"xl8" 
3 Drawer Pedestal with Stationary Back 

In Top Drawer— Haskell-PRl-2300 MS.uu 

2 Posture Chairs, Satin Finish, Haskell 

SS-1825 ■ *27T9Kn 

1 Vart-Typer «t"SS 

1 Blue Ray Copier J 8,731,27 f S.IOCUSO 



EDUCATIONAL AND RECREATIONAL 



390.00 
Sft.00 

ts« a i 



1 Human Bone Skeleton 

1 Steel Skeleton Cabinet 

1 Telescope 

SUMMARY 

Appropriation 1063-1964 I 19,751.00 

Appropriation 1964-1965 71.459.00 

Sub-Total (Schedule rV-A) 1 91.210.00 

Trust Fund 50,903.80 

1142,113.80 



STATEMENT OF UNEXPIRED INSURANCE 



Schedule XII 



Policy 

Number 

XAH-2S-32-68 

AC-76-46-44 

PQ-33-29-92 

7504298 -A 

OL-8-79-96-48 

WC-600-500 

26-2S-675A 

A-977-314B 



E11-2283-S9 
BM- 701711 
507-57-93 
RC612603 



-, , . Expiration 

Description Date 

Automotive-Bodily Injury & Property Damage 4/10/66 

Automotive-Comprehensive & Collision 3/26/66 

Comprehensive- Stained Glass 10/10/65 

Depositors Forgery Bond 7/] 7/66 

Elevalor-Pubtlc Liability _ 6/30/65 

Employees Workmen's Compensation 3/1/66 

Employees Honesty Bond 11/1/66 

BiuBs. & Contents-Fire & Extended Coverage 7/ 1/66 

Rental Properties -Fire & Extended Coverage 4/10/67 

Money & Securities Broad Form , j / g/gg 

Owners. Landlard & Tennant Liability , 2/ 1/67 

Boilers & Machinery < 4/17/67 

Public Official Honesty Bond 9/17/65 

Radium Floater 7 31/67 



Premium 

Unexpired 

6/30/64 

$1,702,57 

1,351.28 

172.63 

36.45 

27.72 

25,799,41 

2.884.69 

65.S1 
75.38 
9,026.43 
3,194.77 
60.41 
18.69 



Premium Premium 

Fiscal Vear Unexpired 

1964-1965 6/30/65 



S 2,285.45 

1,849.96 

424.23 

18.24 

3,570.53 

38,158.17 

1.297.41 

17,746,51 

23.76 

172.16 

3,494.04 

8,522.17 

244.80 

244.91 



S 2,914.43 

1,191.11 

105.85 

18.21 



24,717.39 
1,587.28 

41.75 

480.42 

5,532.39 

2,308.39 

65.61 

23.90 



3 
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"a 

s 

o 
O 



Q 

I 
I 

2 



W.416.94 *73,052.34 138,986.53 



66 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-1966 

Schedule I 

ENDOWMENT FUNDS 
ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN TOTAL FUND BALANCES 

Total Fund Balance, July t, 1964 UB 9fl 

Principal 803 679.89 $4,019.865.S5 

Income • ' 

Total Income July 1, 1964 to „.o K _„ __ 

June 30, 1965 (Schedule V) ' su " 

Total Available Funds - $4,268,373.37 

Less: 

Total Expenditures July 1, 1964 to , _ n . „, „ 

June 80, 1965 (Schedule VI) ' IMa 

$3,963, 9S9. 18 

Fund Balances, June 30, 196S „...,,.„ 

Principal (Schedule III) 'on, si tan 

Income (Schedule IV) 803.5H.W 

Total Fund Balance, June 30, 1965 $3,963,898.18 



A— Schedule IV 
B — Schedule III 
C— Schedule V 
E— Schedule VI 



ENDOWMENT FUNDS— STATEMENT OF CASH BALANCES 

Bank of New Orleans 



Schedule II 



TRUST FUKD ACCOUNTS 



Children's Bed Endowment Fund 

Dibert Endowment. , . 

Henderson Fund , 

McBumey Fund, Alex&in* 8, , 
Sfilliken Memorial Fund, . . 
LapeyrB-Miitenbenter Fund . . 

Prest Endowment Fund 

Siaufter -East wick Fund 

Tliilborstr Legacy, Louik B, 
Weil, Emanuel L. i Clarice. . 
Winier Donation, Edward . . . 

Lewin Legacy, Mount M 

Matas Legacy, Dr. Rudolph. , 
Myrtle April Baudreaux . ..... 

Applegate, Alice M 

Hiaarins Foundation 

Kraua Memorial, Arthur 

Sundry Donation*, Restricted 

Social Service Fund 

Allison Legacy, Mary Ann .... 

Liem Legacy, Marie II 

Sundry Iteration!, Unrestricted 
Gral lunacy. Catherine A. 

Geonte Riviere, 

Tertiou Legacy. Cora 



Petty 
Cash 



UK) 00 



50 M 



Special 

Fund 

Accoutta 



150.00 



[nd$vj doaj 

Fund 
Accounts 



11,468 
39,304 

1.828 
14,823 
10,238 

», 912. 

1,941 
17,153. 
20,317. 

1 

40. 508 

on 

094 
1,188 
1,029 
1,440 

140 

4!, 390 

528 

3.119. 

2.35s 

3,221 

902 

1,300 

4.081. 



H5 

n 

98 
06 
» 

(VI 

i; 

.M 

.93 
.70 

,n 

.41 

,43 
M 

B9 

M 

.;,; 
M 
M 

n 

83 

n 

33 



f 230,541.91 



DISTRIBUTION 



Tolal 



11,468 
39, 304 

i . t-js 
14,823 
10,238 

9,913 

1,944 
17.2S3 
28,317 

8,041 

-10,5ft. 

009 

SM4 

1,188 
l,'i*< 
1,446 

ISO 
41,350 

528 
3,110 
2,365 
3,221 

602. 
1,«M 
4.851 



IViCH'lj^l 



12,184.59 
21,465.15* 



t 239,691.91 



1,188.0! 

1,620, 30* 
574.10 

l,84B.ttO' 
315.00 



531.70 
60.S6' 
819.12 
08.21 
1,239.01 
150.00 
41,340.54 
038.88 
2,203.18 
120.91' 
fj.2,-.;.:;.i 
49.32' 
1,323.28 
945.71 



44,044.30 
A 



Income 



716,51' 

00.769.65 

1,828.93 

14,823.05 

9,003.3! 

11,533.08 

1 ,370,07 

19,103.79 

26,002.03 

2,041.79 

40,509.03 

77.73 

1,054.98 

349, ii 

1,663.72 

207.81 



825.11 
2.486.60 
3.033 28* 

asi.si 

667.57 
4,005.52 



195,047.61 
B 



■Red Fiicuu 
A-Schedule HI 
B-Sebedul* IV 



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O 

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> 

H 

B 
H 



Schedule III 



ENDOWMENT 


FUND— PRINCIPAL BALANCE 






TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS 


Cash 


Bead*, 


Stocks 


Certificates 

of 

Deposit 


Notes and 
Account! 
Receivable 


Real 
Estate 


Total 


KN1)0W Ml- NT-PERMANENT FUNDS 


I 12,185.66 
21,468. IS* 

"i,23S W' 
1,020.39* 

374.10 
1,811 

318.00 

"iai'.ra" 


t 21,688.33 

t.ggs.as.oi 

36,444 111 

203,574.12 

3,808.43 

227,781.99 

i'Mi'.io" 
25,080.68 








, 


t 33,842.89 

2,008,988 M 

U.OOO.OO 

280,000.00 

106, 833. 33 

51.679.84 

202.102.18 


Dibcrt Kutlow mcnt Fund. 

Fen-aji legacy, Jean, .... * ■ ■ - * * * * 

McBurney Kurd, Alexin* 

1 ieinl crson l-egaey, Stephen ■ . ■ •■ 


02,000.00 

"uiiie" 
"siiwiso" 
"is|8o6]6o'' 


' "26!66o!6o' 




9,000.00 

280,000.00 
160,833.83 


Lapeyre-Milteubcrncr Fund ■ 

Preet Endowment Faud - - 

Staufler-Eastwick Fund ••••• 

Thilborser Leeary, Louise B 

Weil. Emanuel 1.4 Ckarto. 

Wisncr Donation, Edward, 

Un-tn U«*cy, Nocmi M 

Mmtu IxistKj . Dr. Rudolph ■ ■ 






'"tiliss^oo" 
"iiljooiio" 


4,079.63 

231.109.23 

14,800.00 

16,800.00 

64,200.00 

3,494.20 
24,998.99 


mi n o i pal f l:n unrestricted 

Uiesiiis Foundation ■ 

KniKB Memorial Fund, Arthur 

Applegale. Alk* M,, 

Social Service Fund 

Allison Lenacy. Mary A. . , , . 

Sundry Donations-Restrictcd 


| 10,186.78} 

$ 810.12 

1,239.01 

180 00 

Ml 21 

838 88 

2,2'J3.18 

■ll.JSO.M 


I 2,448,289.23 

1 

2,962.80 

iMtOi' 


t 83,168.96 

t 


t 20,000.110 
t 6,000.00 

"i'.m.aa" 


3 [260.60'' 


1 479,008.90 
1 


t 3.020.898.40 

I 6,819,12 
7.401.51 
150.00 
10,103.73 
B8.H 
8,203.18 
41,380.84 




t 40,440.94 
I 

iao ei* 

6,284.38 

46.32* 

1,313.28 

648.71 


( 13.00002 

> 

4~02t>!9i 

2,046.68 
14.U60.73 

27,sis'6ii" 




t 12,000.00 
t 

"h'.OMM" 


1 3,200.00 
1 


t 80.00 
IK 00 
200.00 


| 74,(46.99 


ntisnr-AL funds-unrestricted 

Campbell, rercdrr B. ■*■ 

D»»ia, John H 

Hight Donation, Helen B ■ 

Lieui Lesley. Marie H • 

Sundry Donations ■■••■ 

Oral te*»ty, Catherine Agora 

Gawge- Riviere 


1 


t 80.00 

rso.oo 

200.00 

4. 800.00 
8,301.03 

10,911.41 
1,323.28 

28.803.80 




t 8,383.11 


t 49, 480.11 


1 


t 6,000.00 




1 1,000.00 


t 64,839.62 




I 44,044.30 


( 2,510,775.66 It 83,155.96 


f 38,000.00 


f 3,200.00 


t 480,608.96 


13,100,384, 88 B 



n 
B 

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K 



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A-W.MjU II 



ENDOWMENT FUNDS— INCOME BALANCE 



Schedule IV 





Cub 


Bonds 


Stocks 


Certificates 

of 

Deposit 














Notes mild 

Accounts 

Receivable 


Tot*] 


LESS 




TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS 


Notes and 

Accounts 
Receivable 


Unpaid 

Commitments 


Balance 


KKSTRirTED 

■'■ Bed Endowment Fund 


t 716.51* 

14.823 05 

It, OKI 31 

11,633.08 

1,370.07 

19,103,79 

2,041.76 

1.051.98 

1,563.72 

B39 11 

77.73 

207. B] 


1 960.76 

164,948.99 

5.761,30 

25,577.50 

490.34 

9. 822. 08 


t 


f 




S 264.25 
219,772.04 
24,794.61 

52.145 03 

1,860.41 

43,925 87 

5,041.76 

5.051 .98 

6,025.26 

3,826.11 

77 7.1 

207. gl 


t 


t 


t 264.25 


MtlUkrn Memorial FuodJ 

Pr«rt Endowment Fiutd ,,, . 

^uuffer-fcuiw jck Fund 


34.46 


10.000 00 
15,000.00 

15,000.00 






12,276,08 
1,006.50 
1,065.97 


207,495.98 

23.758.11 

51.079.06 

1,850.41 


AuuKw, Mary Ann 

Lew in, Noenii 


2.461.64 




3,000.00 
4,000.00 
2,000 00 

3. ooo. oo 








5.041.76 
5, 954. 98 
6,025.28 
3.836.11 
77.73 




369.41 
f 61,256.31 

t 56,279.65 

4,460.00 

1,828.93 

2ii.002.fi3 

40. 509.03 

2,486.00 

3,03 . ' 

HI H 


t 219,042.61 

f 216,532.06 


5 34.44 


1 92,000.00 
t 




369.41 
t 363,335.27 

1272,921.71 

5,000.00 

21.704.21 

35,092.65 

94,355.89 

4,028.36 

3, 033. 28* 

551 65 




I 14.348.55 

t 3,591.16 

12,660.00 
27.876.00 


369.41 
1 348,986.72 

$ 289.320.55 


(JNRESTHICTED 


f 1000 

S1000 

3,485.44 


t 10.00 

510.00 

3,485.44 










16,389.84 
4,989.72 

49,846.26 
1,641.76 








Wisaer Donation, Edward 




5,000.00 
4,000.00 


23,442 65 
66,480.89 
4,028.36 
3, 933. 28* 
551 65 




667.57 
t 133,789.30 


983.65 
f 290,383.29 


t 


3.000.00 
t 12.000.00 


t 4.005.44 


7,989.27 
567.57 

1 440.178 03 


t 4,005.44 


1 44.018.16 


7,989.27 
667.57 

t 392,155.43 




I 195,047.61 
B 


* 400.425 SO 


t 34.45 


f 104,000. 00 


t 4,005.44 


1803,513.30 
A 


t 4,005.44 


1 58,364.71 
C 


1 741,143.15 



•Red Fig urea 
A-Sdtedule I 
B-Seksdule II 
C-Sebedule IV. A 



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Schedule V 



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF MONTHLY COST OF OPERATIONS 






Silvia 


Food 


DruKsmnd 

Surgical 

Surplice 


Operating 
Expeua 


Regain A 

Miinlcoanre 

Expenses 


Totil 


No. ol Pitients 


Cost 
Per Patient 


IBM 


In- 

Fitient 
Daw 


Oirt- 

i'.iin-ni 
Visila 


In- 
rsiient 
Day. 


Ont- 

I'.in, it 
Visits 


July , 


1 074.204.35 
083,874.58 
078.483.34 
086,391.75 
090,884.41 
1,008,283.92 

1,008,108.60 
1,004.457.78 
1,032,603.14 
1,101,040.70 
1,041,090 « 
1,092,373.82 


| 77,729.86 
74.135.84 
73,420.03 
86,718.29 
83.833.38 
79,451.13 

78,899.04 
71,398.60 
70.682.81 
88,448.25 
68,855.13 
73,142.14 


1 2tB.474.39 
181 ,948.03 
203,277.88 
195,127 .03 
173.487.35 
IB*, 048.88 

182,474.57 
150,615.08 
186.443.64 
160,527.63 
173,071.58 
123,853.26 


I 615. 838. 7S 
153,720.80 
165,032.81 
1 TO, 548 .07 
147,420.50 
163,500.92 

160,782.85 
158,782.84 
157 .740.40 
164.284.65 
148,113,09 
1B4.004.48 


f 31,382.13 
21,174.80 
23,800.78 
21,099.62 
18,455.48 
19,487.66 

18,887. « 

17,977.18 
18,029.01 
12.069.01 
21,305.69 
20.507.78 


t 1,467,629.44 
664.15 
1,443.994.64 
1.457.B81.76 
1,414,061.13 
1,470.352,20 

1,136,301.41 
1,406,183.49 

1.163.468.80 
1,506.371.71 
1,454.132.40 
1.493,071,56 


61 ,013 
62.626 

&S,llt! 

61,571 
58,059 
56,583 

59,297 
63.830 

57,305 
64.173 
67,283 
63.957 


53,088 
50,084 

51,920 
52, "47 
43,249 
43,413 

49.114 
46,828 
62.5?i 
61,833 

61.384 
60,380 


I 22.83 
98.67 

23.14 
22.00 
22.20 
24.58 

22.49 
24.20 
23 68 

25.75 
23.09 
2S.70 


| 1.90 
2.01 
1.95 




1,94 




2.35 




2.41 


1965 


2 09 
2.20 
2.01 




3 It 




2.06 


\&y 


2.11 








113,202,30 81 


f 906,792.39 


I 2,108,849.70 


f 1,848,770.14 


I 242.3B7.18 


117,409,162.84 


608,6M 


696,9608 


t 23.20 


3 2.10 




70.09% 


8.21% 


12,12% 


11.19% 


1.39% 


A 

100.00% 


& 


B 


B 


B 


fly 30/64 


110,815,088 90 


t 973,374.83 


t 2,008,284 .30 


I 1,767,568.68 


t 264,245.69 


115,838,681 88 


708,110 


:>:.. JJl 


t n.n 


1 1.99 




88.36% 


8.149 


12.88% 


11.10% 


I.W9S 


100.00% 




13,742 


% 2.58 




Increase Decrease! 


f 1.377,268.42 


I 68,582,441 


f 100,585.40 t 181,200.29 


1 21.858.41} 


1 1,670,591.26 


14,411t 


1 .11 


Increase Decreaset 


1-74% 


.93% 


,68%! 


.03% 


.28%t -0- 












o 
B 
> 

2 

a 

o 

03 

"0 



}R«i Fiiures 
A-ficbedule IV snd IV-A 
B^xLeduleVI 



ENDOWMENT FUNDS— COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF INCOME 



Schedule V 



TRUST FCND ACCOUNTS 



RESTRICTED 

Cli .Urea's Bed Endowment Fund . 

Jean Ferran Legacy 

McBurney Fund, A lei ma S. , . 

Millikcir Memorial Fund 

Lapeyre-M3tenberger Find 

PnM Endowment Fund 

Staulfer-Eaatwock Fund 

Mataa Legacy, Dr. Rudolph 

Wed. Emanuel L. and Clarice 

Applegate. Alice M 

Boudreaux, My rile April 

Social Service Fund 

Allison Legacy 

Hiiotina Foundation Fund 

Sundry Donationa 

Lewin, Noemj . , . . 



UNRESTRICTED 

IM-m Endowment Fund 

Headenw Legacy , Stephen 

Tliiltwreer Legacy, Louise B 

Wimer Legacy. Mark . 
Sundry Donations— UnnatricUd 

Lieui Legacy, Marie 

Tertrou Legacy, Cera 

George Riviere. . 

Graf Legacy. Catherine. 



; Red fisurea 
D-Scheduk 1 



June 
1965 



30.00 



I, 728,76 
31, 012. SO 



1. 527.01 

"jjoiso' 



148.00 



700.00 
1,215.00 



f 38.S22.7fl 



7,145.30 
1,291.34 
[7,184 U 
3.723.73 



25.00 



t ».m so 



$ oo.obi.si 



July 1, 1054— June 30. 1965, 190 



Interest 



767.82 

''."!■> .'» 

2.813.36 
8,726.74 

I 38. 1 12 

!>, IB 25 

862.20 

07.50 

359.94 



1X7 ,T<I 
2:' f,<: 



n h 



t 32.424.03 



a m a 

423.70 
2.840.S6 

,., a 

2f7 -'ii 
1.010.51 

"'328\0o' 



t 81.24330 



I 113.007.33 



Rent 



14,910.74 



f 14.91S.74 



1,400.00 
7,660. BO 



I 9.060.86 



t 23,977.00 



t 1.142,20 



1,418. SO 



1 2,501.00 



Royalties 



I 14, 352, fig 



94,800.08 



1 79,152.06 



t 2,501.00 I 79,152.05 



DiTidends 



107. Mi 



DonatioM 

& Sundry 



7i/aito 
t/H/et 



480.50 
Bli.oO 



f 1,429.30 



I 9,601.06 



* 9.001.06 



t 11.030.80 



f 510.00 t 1,277.92 



2:i.'<:i3 02 
2,813.36 
8,634.54 

138 M 

0,903.75 
862.20 
909.00 
359.94 



1,081 88 



14,881 M 



t 17,365.77 



300.00 
22.64 



us a 

LU.00 



752 81 



1 18. 118. 58 



2,032.80 

187.50 

26.06 

14,822.67 

29.66 



,130.34 



% 102.352.03 

8,091.88 

1,842.56 

67,788 83 

84 83 

207.90 

1,(10.51 



at ii 



t I8JJ71.M 



5 218,508.02 

p 



(8 

n 
g 

> 

O 
O 
O 



o 



a 
•a 
> 

1 



Schedule VI 



ENDOWMENT FUNDS 
Comparative Statement of Expenditures 







July 1,1964— June 30, 1905 




TRUST FCND ACCOUNTS 


June 
1065 


BtTtrhi 


Indigent 

Patient* 
Welfare 


Repair* mid 
Maintenance 
Build liikb and 

Equipment 


Transfer 

«f Qper. 

Funds 


Sundry 


Capital 
Expend il urea 


Total 
7/1/04 ta 
6/30/86 


RESTRICTED 




















3,080.01 
1,840.37 
1,329. OS 

8(1.30 
2,098.23 
3U.014.97 

"«!si" 

43.21 


2,410.00 




38,090. 76 
7,890.03 




m \1 


3,474.40 


44,536.98 




7,860.93 
5.640.60 

"iiili." 

1.775.28 

10,178.46 

64.50 


Allison, Mary Anti .^effacy — **,...... 


960.00 


"11449" 
1 ,230.28 







8.483.39 
64.60 
136.04 
142.26 


646 HI 

744.10 


Rudolph Matu Legacy 

Irfwjp, Noemi 

lliggiru Foundation * 







, . ........ 




131 'it 
142 26 


UNRESTRICTED 


t 39, 412. OS 

17,641.74 

1,670.81 
111 20 
110.71 

"jjolsi 

43.21 


I 3,300.00 


f 1 ,344.47 


f 40,001.89 
22,804.73 


* 

f 30,000 00 
36,600,00 
18,000.00 


I 15,217.60 

| 273.01 

1.587.34 

1U. 529. 72 

10,835.40 

7S502 

47.07 

244K57 


| 4,783.60 
| 


t 70,657.18 
f 30,273.91 




36,120.66 
1:1, 186. 37 
11. 03 1. 37 

23,116.06 
2,083.26 


05,812 63 


000.00 




61,016 .09 
22,208.77 










m a 






2.172.60 




25,339.02 


Lieu. Marie H. ■•• 








210.57 


Terlrou, Cora , • *..* 










5,200.12 


5,990.78 




t 19,623.32 


t 600.00 


t 


t 24,777.23 


f 83,600.00 


J 33,831.59 


1 91,099.71 


t 233,808.51 




I 68,838.27 


t 3,900.00 


f 1.344 47 


I 70,763.92 


( 83.600.00 


t 49,049.09 


I 66,863.21 


f 304,475.69 
E 



{Red Kimires 



REPORT OP ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT TS 

Schedule IV-A 

ENDOWMENT FUNDS 

Statement of Commitments 

DIBERT ENDOWMENT FUND: 
Aloe, Division of Brunswick 
2 MulU-Matic Electric Hospital Beds 
2 Pair Safety Sides for Beds f 907.16 

Trends, Inc. 
Furnish & Install, Add-A-Section X-Ray Open 
Shelf Filing Unit 108" High 675.00 

Tech n icon Instrument Corp. 

2 Technical Autoanalyzer Sampler 2,009.00 $ 8,691.16 

McBURNEY FUND: 
C. B, Spencer Company, Inc. 
Roofing & Repairs to Building Located at 
1016-18-20 Canal Street 112,276.08 12,278.08 

MILLIKEN MEMORIAL FUND: 

Peacock Surgical Company 
25 Bedside Cabinets, Metal Formica Top $ 1,006.50 1,006.50 

THILBORGER FUND: 

Picker X-Ray Corporation 

I Picker Magnascanner III, Model 28Q8D $12,560.00 12.650.00 

LAPEYRE-MILTENBERGER FUND: 

The Foster Company, Inc. 

1 Stylemasler Aluminum Awning 

2 Aluminum Wings * 1,065.97 1,965.97 

WISNER FUND: 

A. S. Aloe 

2* Basic Stool 24" High with Steel Seat $ 96.00 

Technical Associates of N. O., Inc. 
Repair & Modernize the Charity Hospital Visual 
Page System. Istallatlon of an Approved Fire 

Alarm System 27,500.00 

Carrollton Refrigeration Service 

1 Room Air Conditioner 279.00 27,876.00 

I5S.364.T1 
C 
C-Schedulo rV 



TRUST FUNDS 

Bond Investment* 



Schedule VII (Continued) 



8 



Trust Funds 



Rate of 

Interest 



Hat., of 
Maturity 



Fir 

Value 



Investments — Book Value 



Frincipal 



bsBBBf 



Trust 
RttMiy( 



Children's Bed F-ndovroent Fund 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

U. S. Treasuty Boodi 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

Dibert Endowment Fund 

ttmmry Bonds. , 

0, 5. Treasury Bonds 

U. 8. Treasury Bonds 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

U. 8. Treasury Bonds 

U. B, Treasury Bonds. ...... 

U. 8, Treasury Bonds 

C. S. Treasury Bonds 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

0. S. Treasury Bonds 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

Stephen Henderson Fund 

1. S, Treasury Bond* 

U.S. Treasury Bomb 



Alexia* Sinclair McBnrney Fund 
10 Day Certifictts of Deposit 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

U. 8, Treasury Bonds 

U. S, Treasury Bonds 

fj. S. Treasury Bonds 

V. S. Treasury Bonds 

U. S, Treasury Bonds 

U.S. Treasury floods 





\ m 




a/is/es-os-e; 

3/18/70 
2 "IS. N 
ll/U/67 



a/u «a 
is/ | h 

8/u/og 

i is n 

1 ! Tl 

a 18 70 
9 U 71 

2 15 '.■.-> 
6/16/83 

11.15 S7 

tyui/To 

E/15/U4 

11/15 US 



12.15 M 



9/90/88 

is/is/ra 

13/18/73 
12 1877S 
3/15/70 

lyii/jr 

I 15/84 V) 

U/U h 



6,000 00 

i, son. oo 
lo.ooo.oo 
i,M0 H 



s, ois.as 

190. M 
0,689 SO 

9,509.78 



MO H 



S4.OW.00 



n.on oo 



on. TO 



60,000.00 

3S.000.00 

100,000 00 

24.500.00 

80,000 00 

20,000.00 

11,000 00 

304, JOO. 00 

201.000 00 

32,1.600.00 

304,000.00 

870,090 00 

457,000.00 



M,89B.M 



SD.9S4 U 

24.500 00 

20,061.22 

30,037.75 

11,000.00 

203,1110.0] 

19S.023.ftO 

893,889 78 

300.200.00 

22o.2M.50 

404,159 33 



H,«M 98 
8,070 00 



40,000.53 

'm'.m.w 



t 2,235,500.00 



t 1,033,333.03 



t 216,532.00 



11,000.00 

4.SIHI 00 



11,074.92 

1 ,414.1)1 



10,800.00 



10,380.84 



■D.000.00 

m go 

18.000.00 
3.000.00 

10.000 oo 
40,000 M 
83,900 tt) 
40.000.00 



(0,000.00 

600.00 
18,106.44 
8,000.00 
9,801 17 

(0,0)1 n 

52,138.75 
3S,37S.I» 



t 110,500.00 



f 204,948.09 



1328 
1435 
2013 
3144 



IMS 
1330 
1:i:sm 
13(2 
13&S 
1434 
1657 
2013 
2037 
3145 
4637 
4639 
4539 



1359 



5461 
1365 
1366 
1367 
1436 
3146 

mi 



3 



MiUikrn Memotisl Fund 

6/7/6$ Certificate of Deposit 00 Days 

Equipment Bond* Dislrvrt 22 

U. S. Treasury Bondn 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

U. S, Treasury Bonds 

0. S. Treasury Bonds 



Lnpeyre- M ihenberRtr Fund 

Calnwicu Psrish School District No. 22 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

U, 8. Treasury Bauds 

00 Day Certificate of Deposit 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

U. 5. Treasury Bonds 

U. S. Treasury Bands 

Prat Endovmen t Fund 

U.S. Treasury Bonds 

U, 8. Treasury Bonds 



Staufler-Eastwick Fund 

American Telephone 4 Telegraph Co, , 

City of New York Corporate Stock for Transit Unification Bonds 

First Morrgsge Bonds— Southern Pacific Co... 

U.S. Treasury Bonds of 1007-72 

U. S. Treasury Bond* 

I . .>. Treasury Bonds 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

90 Day Certificate of Deposit 

U. S. Treasury Bilk 

U.S. Treasury Bills 

U.S. Treasury Bilk..., 





IK 




o/ 7/es 

t, 15 72 


t 30.000.00 
3,000 00 
2,700.00 
4,000.00 
20,500.00 
6,000.00 


1 20, 138.24 

1,510.03 


t 10,062.84 
1,610.03 
2,703.88 




2.15 '..5 
11/15/67 
5/15/94-89 


3,855.74 
20,021 33 

4,913 55 




500.00 
683,55 






t 60,200.00 


t 60,444.49 


t 16,761.30 




2/15/69.70-72 
9/15/72 
9/15/72 
2/15/58 
0/30/65 
11/11/98 
8/15/73 
6/15/01 


1 7,000.00 
25,500.00 
1,000.00 
50,500.00 
15,000.00 
87,000.00 
54,000.00 
2o.000.00 


t 7,112.20 

25,520 38 

1.003.10 

67,354 22 


I....... 












15,000,00 




50,353.13 
63,326.00 




26,577.50 










t 255,000.00 


f 203,574.12 


f 40,577.60 




11/15/67 
3/15/70 


t 3,500.00 
500.00 


I 3,505.43 


t 

490.34 






1 4,000.00 


t 3,505.43 


t 490.34 




8/1/80 
6/ 1/80 
3/ 1/77 


| 8,000.00 

2,000.00 

5.000-00 

6,000.00 

15.000.00 

82.000.00 

1.500.00 

15,000.00 

64,000.00 

f 44,000.00 

32,000.00 


I 4,853.01 
2.074.87 
5.187.65 
4,997.87 
9,807.94 
81,500.85 
1,600.00 


t 


1 










12/15/72 






3/15/70 

s a n 

11/15/07 


4,903,33 




9/30/65 


15,000,00 




11 '15 ts 


47,766.25 

t 43,450.00 

20,601.25 




8/15/73 
5/16/94 


1 

4,918.76 






t 260,500 00 


I 227,751.69 


1 24,822.08 















5419 




1370 




1372 




2015 




3147 




4544 


a 




g 


1378 


w 


1383 


H 


1384 

mil 


% 


ISM 


4540 


> 


4541 


Q 



4556 



3148 
1440 



1390 
1391 
1392 
1395 
1437 
2035 
3149 
2387 
4646 
4646 
4647 



1 



TRUST FUNDS 

Bond Investments 



Schedule VII 





Etteuf 

Interest 


D»t« of 
Maturity 


Pit 

Vilue 


Investment* — Book Vilue 


Trut 
Receipt 


Trutt Fundi 


Principil 


Income 


Louu* B. Tbilbonier 


3.98 % 

2 H<| 

4 l/t| 
3.8 % 

3 6/8% 
3.6 % 

\ m 


7/20/68 
12/ IS/68 

7/20/66 
2/ IS/08 
12/18/68 
3/18/70 

ii/is/sa 

8/16/94 

2/18/55 
0/30/68 

8/18/72 
S/18/70 
11,15/07 
0/30/ OS 

2/16/74 
I/IJ/W 


t 5.00000 
5,000 00 


1. 




f 8,000.00 

1,980.72 


2308 


0. S. Trewiry Bood« 












f 10.000.00 


1 


f 9. 989. 72 




Kda-attJ Wisner Donation 

C»lc*aieu r»ri»b Scliwil Bldj, i. Equipment Bond— Durtriot 22 


t 4.000.00 

1,000 00 

10,000.00 

1,500.00 

10,000.00 

20,000.00 


t 


t 4,000.00 
1,023.34 

t,m a 

I. 471. 10 

B, 843. 78 

28,528.76 


2309 
1408 






1410 
1441 


U. S. Treasury Bond*. 




4652 










t 88,500.00 


1 


1 53,546.26 




Rudolph Matae 


1 26.00000 
4,000 00 


I 


25,050.68 


| 


2018 


M D*yi Certifiem of Deponl 


4,000.00 


2303 










t ao.ooo.oo 


1 


28, OSS. 65 


t 4,600.00 




Alice M. Applegate 

U. 8. Tremiury Bonds 


t 10,000.00 

2,000.00 

800 00 

2,000.00 


( 


10,037.82 


1 

1,981.64 
500.00 

2,000.00 


1411 
1438 
3143 
2364 




















f 14,500.00 


t 


10,037.52 


t 4,461.54 




Mftrie H. Ltan Legacy 

Cslcuieu P*rkh— U. Schocl Bid*. 4 F.<|ui|-mui Bond* 


f 2,000.00 
4,000.09 


| 


2,061.27 
2,660.64 


1 

1,641.70 


Hit 

1413 


CilcMieu PtraL— L». School Bids. A Equipment Bond* 






1 8,000 00 


I 


4,820 'J 1 


t 1,641.75 





SonLnr Donation*— Unrestricted 
CVcuwu 



„ Parish, L». School District No. 22. 
Calcasieu Pariah, Li- School District No. 22. 



Catherine A(ne» Graf 

U, S. Treasury Bonds 

DO Day Certificate of Deposit 
U. S. Treasury Bonds 



Cow Tertrou Legacy. . 
U, 8. Treasury Boi 



ndi 



Ml Days Certificate of Heine!'. 

0. K. Treasury Bonds 

U . S. Treasury Bonds 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 



Weil Fund 

<j0 bays Certificate, of Deposit. 



... had 

90 Days Certificate of Deposit. 

90 Days Certificate of Deposit . 



Myrtle April Boudream 

SO Days Certificate of Deposit. 

Leirin, Noemi X. 

U. S. Treasury Boads 



HiaiasI — 

C. 5. Treasury Bonds. 

TOTAL. 



2 tj'" 

3 5 
4 




3.5 % 



3.5 % 
3.95 % 



3.95 % 

4 X 



2/1S/T3 
2/16/73 



V 33. 72 

1 m, u 

8/U/7S 



I IS.HT 

7 20 'U 

n/is/os 

5/15/94 
8/ 15/73 



[/» H 



9/30/65 
7/20/65 



7/20/65 
8/15/73 
8/18/73 



l.OOfl 00 



t 1,023 34 

1,023.34 



2,000.00 



12.000.00 

a.ooo.oo 

3.000.00 



11,000 oo 



2,000.00 

3,000.09 

n.ooo.oa 
a.ooo.oo 

3.000 00 



34.000.00 



3,000.1X1 



f 3. 000. 00 
5,009 0B 



9,000.00 



tMAM 



11,994.13 

6,000.00 
2.962.40 



t 



M,9N Tl 



1,991.11 

'iijosilss 
r.gio 10 

t.sei.H 



ir.ua M 



5,000.00 



6.000.00 



6,000.00 



3.000.00 



3.000.00 



$ t.lH.lM H 



6,000.00 



1,9a 50 



1,009 U 



f 2, MS, 775 66 



3,000.00 
'"jffiltt 



3, ok; M 



3,000.00 



3,000 oo 



3,000 SO 



t 604,425.80 



HIS 

1419 



1114 
2307 
455T 



1789 
2310 
4548 
4549 
4550 



2362 



2365 
2306 



2305 
455S 



1 

> 
O 
O 

8 



o 

I 



3 









PURCHASING 


DEPARTMENT 














July 


August 


September 


October 


November 


December 


Jimmy 


Ffbruiry 


March 


April 


Mty 


J tins 


Total 
] 984-66 




Rmrl 

Not 
Mule 

In 
July 


Report 

Not 

Made 

In 

August 


1.533 
1,139 

43 
43 





1,731 
3,370 

109 

112 

213 
263 


1.330 
4.600 

91 
247 

94 
347 


1,402 
8,003 

91 
338 

103 
460 


1,347 
7.349 

81 
419 

94 
144 


1,287 
8,831 

4W 

72 
81c 


1,260 

9,898 

IS 
141 

83 

no 


1.228 
11.124 

15 

198 

16 
735 


1.228 
12.362 

33 

619 

52 
787 


S*2 
13,234 

29 

848 

77 
884 


13.234 
848 


2, CtBwlUtioia 








804 


4. TOTAL 






1,582 
1.&B2 

31 
21 

71 
71 

1 299.082 
299,082 

t 14,242 
14.243 

f 189 

189 


2.09.1 
3,871 

23 
43 

91 
SI 

471,880 
770,662 

21,449 
17,929 

221 
210 


1,119 
1,194 

18 
19 

91 
88 

431,891 
1,996,(0 

27,230 
20,411 

288 
332 


1,196 
8.790 

11 

80 

70 
81 

384,380 
1,591,013 

18,304 

l'.os; 

241 
234 


1.132 

MS 

30 
100 

78 
S3 

394,788 
1,981.831 

19,739 

tt.tts 

219 
339 


1,431 
9,737 

20 
120 

71 
81 

333,081 
2,318,901 

It. 684 

19,324 

234 
238 


1,370 
11.116 

tj 

143 

a 
3 

362, 191 
2,881.097 

18,483 
18,881 

m 

211 


1.329 
13,441 

21 

a 

78 

211,405 
2.932.102 

11,971 

17.--.I 

189 

338 


1.313 

13,768 

21 
184 

82 
75 

231 .355 
3,163,947 

11,017 
17.196 

171 
330 


988 
14.746 

33 
M 

45 
72 

288.831 
3,410,573 

13.028 
16,710 

290 
234 


14,741 






1. Monthly Work D»ii. 


201 




72 










T. 1'. U. Dollir Vilut 






•3,460,172 








8. Daily Dolltr Expenditure 






18,750 
















t 234 
















DEFT. OF INSTITUTIONS 












1,493 
1,493 


1,507 
3,000 


3.383 
1,383 


3.044 
9,437 


23 
0,460 


103 
9,513 
6,766 
1,766 


300 
9,868 

5,755 


t 9,818 


St. Gibriel 
























t 1,766 
















































Both 












1,493 
1,493 


1,507 
3,000 


3,383 
8,383 


3,044 
9.427 


23 
9,460 


6,867 
16,307 


308 
15.613 


t 11,613 



























REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



79 



Schedule Vll-A 

TRUST FUNDS — SUMMARY OF INVESTMENTS 



Summary 



Par Value 



Children's Bed Endowment Fund $ 24,000.00 

Dlbert Endowment Fund 2,225,500.00 

Stephen Henderson Fund 16,600.00 

Alexlna Sinclair McBurney Fund 310,500.00 

MilHken Memorial Pnud 66.200.00 

Lapeyre-Mlltenberger Fund , 255,000.00 

Prest Endowment Fund 4,000.00 

Stauffer-Eastwick Fund 260,500.00 



Louise Bartels Thllborger Legacy 
Emanual Leopold & Clarice "Weil . 

Edward Wisner Donatfon 

Noem i M. Lewin Legacy , 

Rudolph Matas Legacy 

Alice M. Applegate 

Hlgglns Foundation 

Mary Ann Allison Legacy 

Marie H. Lleux Legacy 

Sundry Donations Unrestricted . . . 

Catherine Agnes Graf Legacy 

George Riviere Fund 

Cora Tertrou Legacy 

Myrtle April Boudreaux 



10,000.00 
3,000.00 

65,500.00 
3,000.00 

30,000.00 

14,500.00 
3,000.00 
9,000.00 
6,000.00 
2.000.00 

21,000.00 



34,000.00 

8,000.00 

$3,359,200.00 



Investments 

Book Value 

Principal Income 



$ 21.S5S.33 
1,933,333.02 



50,444.49 

203,574.12 

3,605.43 

227.751.69 



2.962,50 

26.059.65 

10,037.52 

2,962.50 

6,000.00 

4.620,91 

2,046.68 

30,960.73 

27.S58.09 

6,000.00 

$2,648,775.66 



$ 980,76 

216,632.06 

16.389.34 

204,943.99 

15,781.30 

40,577.60 

490.34 

24.S22.08 

9,989.72 

3,000.00 

53.846,26 

'i.OOO.OO 
4,461.64 

3,000.00 
1,641.76 



3,983.65 
$604,425.80 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-1965 



Schedule VIII 

STATEMENT OF STOCK OWNERSHIP, 
TRUST FUND INVESTMENTS 

__ Principal Income 

TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS Investments Investment* 

Dibert Endowment Fund 

National American Bank of New Orleans $16,250.00 

Dibert, Bancroft & Ross Company, Ltd 38,000.00 

$54,250,00 

Lapeyre-Miltenberger Fund 

Southdown Sugars, Inc $ 148.46 $ 84.45 

Woil Legacy, Emanuel L. & Clarice 

Union Saving's & Loan Association , , .$ 6,000.00 

Hibernia Homestead Association 6,000.00 

Guaranty Savings & Homestead Association 5,000.00 

First Homestead & Savings Association 800.00 

o. « » . . . $15,800.00 

Stauffer-Eastwiek Fund 

Standard Oil Company of New Jersey $ 4,987.50 

Standard OU Company of New Jersey 220.00 

_,_ $ 5,207.50 

TOTAL STOCK INVESTMENT AT JUNE SO, 19G6 . . .$75,406.98 $ 84.45 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DIOPARTMKN'T 



SI 



Schedule IX 

STATEMENT OF BOND LIQUIDATION FUND 

Cash Balance June 30, 1364 { 4,485.95 

Investment In Securities 496,000.00 

Balance In Fund — June 30, 1964 { 500,485.95 

Cash Balance June 30, 1964 t 4,485.05 

Receipts 
Proceeds from Certificates of Deposit $498,000.00 

Interest earned on Investments 9,826.07 

Revenue from Louisiana Franchise Tax 800,000.00 1,306,828.07 

Total Cash Available •-... {1,310.313.03 

LESS; Disbursements 
Retirement of Bonds 

IMC Issue Paid 10/12/64 {236,000.00 

1938 Issue Paid 7/30/64 225,000.00 {461,000.00 

Accrued Interest on Bonds 

1938 Issue Paid 7/30/64 . { 22,426,25 

1936 Issue Paid 10/15/64 12,792.60 

1938 Issue Paid 1/22/65 18,095.00 

1936 Issue Paid 4/16/65 8,662.50 61,976.26 

Purchase of U. S. Treasury Bills 

Due Aug. 2, 1965 {100,000.00 

Due July 29, 1965 401,433.00 601,433,00 

Transferred to Charity Hospital 

Operating* Account . $280,578.27 1,304,987.62 

Cash Balance June 30, 1965 { 5,324.60 

Investment in Securities Mtt,ttt»M 

$ 506.767.60 

DEDUCT: Reserve for Interest & Retirement of Bonds 
Retirement of Bonds 

1S38 Issue due Aug, 1, 1965 {234,000.00 

1936 Issue due Oct 16, 1965 246,000.00 {480,000.00 

Interest on Bonds 

1938 Issue due Aug. 1. 1965 { 18,095.00 

1936 Issue due Oct. 15, 1965 8,662,60 28,757.50 { 606,767.60 

Balance In Fund 6/30/65 -0- 



82 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-1966 



Schedule X 

STATEMENT OF BOND OBLIGATION JUNE 30, 1965 



Serial Bonds 1936— .035— $512^7730 

Principal Interest 

Year Due Oct. 15 Due Apr. 15 

1966 $246,000.00 $ 

1 96 6 249,000.00 4,357.50 

$495,000.00 $ 4,357.50 

Serial Bonds 1938— .085— $1,011,235.00 

Principal Interest 

Y «" r Due Aua. 1 Due Feb. 1 

*965 $334,000.00 $ .. 

196 6 243,000.00 13,590.50 

1967 252,000.00 8,912.75 

1968 211,000.00 4,066.75 

$940,000.00 $26,670.00 



Interest 
Due Oct. 15 

$ 8,662.50 

4,357.60 

$33,020.00 



Interest 

Due Aug. 1 

$13,095.00 

13,590.50 

8,912,75 

4,066.75 

$44,665.00 



Total 
Prin.A. Int. 

$ 254,662.50 

257.715.00 

$ 512,377.60 



Total 
Prin, & Int. 

$ 252,095.00 
270.1S1.OO 
269,825.50 
219.133.60 

$1,011,235.00 



REPORT OP ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT SS 

PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT 

This year gTeat improvements and advances were made with the approval 
of our Board of Administrators and the Department of State Civil Service. 

1. Pay scales for twenty-six classifications were, Increased. 

2. The Breaux Building was closed and employees were placed In other 
Hospital divisions. 

3. Pay differentials were granted Graduate Nurses working evening and 
night shifts. 

4. Twenty- five employees elected to retire under the provisions of the 
Louisiana State Employees' Retirement System. 

B. Nursing Aide Training Classes were started, each class for a period 
of six weeks and consisting of fifteen students. 

6. The Hospital again participated In the Public Employees' Training 
Institute, sending four of its staff to the P. E. T. I. Meetings. 

Employees of the Hospital also came in for special honors during the 
y«ar: 

1. Mrs. Eola K. Strauch, Medical Laboratory Technician IV received 
honorable mention in the Charles E. Dunbar, Jr. Career Service 
Award. 

2. Forty- six employees of the Hospital were awarded Outstanding Ser- 
vice Ratings in March. 

During the year, there were an average of 4,065 positions on the books. 
We employed an average of 115 persons a month, resigned an average of 120 
persons a month and discharged an average of 9.4 persons ivich month. 

This has been a year of stress and sorrow due to the illness of Charles 
C, Sturtevant, Personnel Director, but it has been one in which we enjoyed 
the complete cooperation and consideration of the Administration and of all 
members of the staff. This cooperation Is deeply appreciated. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/a/ ALICE B. FORTIER 
Acting Personnel Director 
ABP:cg 



AMBULANCE REPORT 



City Calls 



Data 

1964 

July 

August 

September , , 
October 
November . . . 
December . . . 



Amb. No. 8-1 
Calls Miles 



Amb. No. S-2 
Calls Miles 



1965 

January 

February .... 

starch 

April 

May 

June 

Totals 



66 

T 

38 

SI 

107 

27 

274 



543 
1,945 
23S 
834 
SOS 
224 
4,089 



42 
16 
19 
44 
58 
34 



101 

3 

68 

37 

49 

118 



302 
126 
166 
449 
535 
291 



1,470 
770 
461 
267 
363 
323 



Amb. No. S-3 
Calls Miles 



126 
190 
272 
163 
101 
314 



43 
39 
70 
88 



8S8 
1,522 
1.898 
1,104 

638 
2.409 



373 
632 
5SS 
633 



Amb. No. S-5 
Calls Miles 



33 
38 
224 
T4 
44 
61 



104 
1 

46 
92 
19 
34 



690 6,073 1,461 10,685 



314 
306 
1.627 
4S9 
319 
428 



84 
ISO 
316 
682 
143 
217 



201 
244 
515 
286 
203 
409 



Total* 

1,504 
1,964 
3,591 
2,042 
1,642 
I.1M 



372 
11 
193 
249 
245 
267 



2,353 
2,895 
1,386 
1,916 

1,302 
1,897 



770 5,005 3,195 25,852 



AMBULANCE REPORT 



Date 

1964 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November . . . 
December 

1965 

January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

Totals 



City Calls 

Amb. N 
Calls 


o. S-1 

Miles 

"i 

252 
81 

50 
29 
36 

155 
94 
60 

764 


Amb. 
Calls 

40 

8 

51 

27 
9 

9 
7 

19 

15 

43 

223 


No.S-2 
Miles 

si e 

81 

413 

262 

SI 

149 
79 

136 

120 

284 

1,921 


Amb. No. 
Calls M 

1 

"i 


S-3 
iles 

11 

ii 


Totals 

40 316 




S 81 


1 


52 420 


18 


46 525 




9 81 




7 81 


4 


13 199 




10 108 


....... 6 


6 36 


21 


40 291 


8 


52 344 


9 


52 344 




306 2,696 



3 

o 

3 



s 



S 



AMBULANCE REPORT 



State Calls 



Date 

1964 

July 

August 

September . . . 

October 

November . . . 
December . , , , 

1965 

January 

February .... 

March 

April 

May 

June 

Totals 



Amb. No.S-l 
Calls Mile* 



Amb. No. S-2 
Calls Miles 



703 
1,232 
1,355 
1,165 

662 
6,067 



T 
10 
10 
7 
G 
6 



6 

12 

7 

4 

79 



1,655 
2,856 
3,217 
1,407 
1,819 
1,526 

1,709 

t,iio 

2,359 

1,731 

831 

20,935 



Amb. No. S-3 
Calls Miles 

1 339 



280 



9 

8 

5 

6 

30 



1,882 
2,136 
1,095 
2,233 
8.015 



Amb. No. S-5 
Calls Miles 



8 
10 
2 
3 
8 
7 

9 
2 



1,587 

1,770 

403 

864 

1,301 

3,022 

1,835 
397 



2 3S7 

61 10,506 



Totals 



16 
20 
12 
10 
IE 
13 



13 

3 
24 

26 

16 

15 

183 



8,561 

4.626 
3,6211 
2,261 
3,400 
3,543 

3,544 
703 
4,886 
5,350 
3,991 
4,043 
44,528 



a 



o 

i 



AMBULANCE REPORT 



Dat© 

1964 

July 

August 

September . 

October 

November .... 
December 

196S 

January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

Total i 



State Calls 

Amt>. No.S-1 
Calls Miles 

1 229 


Amb. No. S-2 
Calls Miles 

8 1,622 

5 1,012 
10 1,523 
15 3,679 

E 667 

7 1,332 

6 1,112 

8 1,496 

7 770 
S 1,401 
E 994 

99 15.608 


Amb. 
Calls 

1 

i 


No. 8-3 

Miles 

237 
237 


Totals 

S 1,851 




$ 1,012 


10 2,039 


21 3,799 




27 6,03 




5 667 


, 6 96S 


18 2,300 


3 624 


9 1,736 


6 939 

2 454 


14 2,435 
2 454 




13 2,292 




g 1,401 


6 948 


10 1.942 




141 25,926 






s 

Q 

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88 CHARITY HOSPITAL.— 1984-1965 



NURSING SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

Director. Sisters' Division 

Sister Alphonsa, R.N., B.S., F.A.C.HA 

Director, Nursing Service 

Sister Regis, RN„ B.S.X.Ed. 

Assistant Directors 3 

Coordinator, Inservice Education x 

Instructors, Inservice Education , 4 

Cardiac Nurse Specialist , -± 

Professional Nurse Staff: 
Supervisors 

Daughters of Charity ..... 12 

Lay Supervisors [[ G 

Assistant Supervisors 77 

Head Nurses t« 

Staff Nurses " X 

Full Time 71 

Part Time .!."*.!,.'!**..!........."!." 13 

Nonprofessional Staff: 

Practical Nu rses 28S 

Psychiatric Aides l7 

Nurse Aides H, in and IV 711 

Nurse Aides I _ 7S 

Nurse Aide Trainees 1 5 

Operating Room Technician Trainees 9 

Central Service Workers ug 

Custodial Workers 

Clerical Workers " 9 _ 

Miscellaneous , 

A comparison of the above figures with those of the last annual report 
snows the number of staff nurses to be almost the same, an increase in the 
Jteaa nurse group, stability at the supervisory and administrative level*. 
ana a definite drop In the number of practical nurses. The decrease in the- 
£" mDe ^ °f miscellaneous P° s W°na Is a result of recording the Operating 
Room Technician Trainee positions separately. B 

The tables below show the turnover in the professional and practical 
nurse staffs for the past two fiscal years and the reasons given for termina- 
tion of employment. 

TABLE I 

Employments Resignation* 

1364 1965 1964 1935 

Professional Nurses 182 116 141 13n 

Practical Nurses 70 76 7 g 



REPORT OP SISTERS' DIVISIONS 89 



TABLE II 

Professional Practical 

Reason Nurses Nurses 

1964 1965 1964 1965 

Leaving the City 49 2 g 16 9 

Better Position 29 20 g 11 

Home responsibilities 20 IB IT 13 

Marriage u j 

Maternity , 1E 7 s 7 

further education 14 2 

Dissatisfied with working conditions 5 n 3 

Unable to work shifts 1 4 

Personal 9 3 16 

Poor Health 7 1 13 16 

To enter Armed Forces , 3 

Death 1 2 

Retired 2 4 

Removal 1 6 

The increase in the beginning salaries of graduate nurses at the I, II .imi 
m levels and the incredible salary adjustments given on February 1, 1965, 
enabled the department to successfully recruit and to maintain the profes- 
sional nurse staff at its 1964 level. Charity Hospital salaries for professional 
nurses compare favorably at this time with those of other hospitals and 
health agencies In New Orleans. Minimum monthly salaries were changed as 
follows during the past fiscal year: 

Graduate Nurse I From $320.00 to $360.00 

Graduate Nurse II From $360.00 to $380.00 

Graduate Nurse III From $380.00 to $420.00 

$20.00 per month differential for evening and night work 

The salaries for practical nurses I and n are too low to enable Charity 
Hospital to obtain or hold an effective practical nurse staff. Very few in 
this group of employees were eligible for the salary adjustment given In 
February, nor was money available for meritorious raises when due, Theso 
factors have had adverse effect upon the morale of the practical nurses 
at Charity Hospital. Resignations are being submitted at an alarming rata. 
and absence from duty because of personal and family illnesses Is Increasing 
dally. These conditions at times place an almost Inhuman burden on the 
more responsible practical nurses, most of whom are assigned to evening and 
night duty. Recommendations made to the hospital administrators to Improve 
working conditions for the practical nurse staff bear repeating and are as 
follows: 

1, Approve a beginning salary for practical nurses I and II at one step 
above the present mlnlmums. 

2, Grant meritorious increases to practical nurses in all classes upon 
completion of six months of satisfactory service, and yearly thereafter. 

The nurse aides remain a stable group in providing for patients the 
routine and comforting care so essential to complete recovery. A request 
for additional nurse aide positions, urgently needed to supplement the services 
of the professional and practical nurses, is still pending action. It is earnestly 
recommended that this request be given priority consideration. 

The amount of money spent for p.r.n, nursing decreased one third nfter 
January, 1965. This was probably due to the constant filling of vacant nurse 
positions on the new and higher salary and to the differential pay for after- 
noon and night duty. During this last half of the fiscal year, after the" 
differential pay went into effect, nursing care of the patient was provided 
by professional nurses rotating on 1K96 shifts of afternoon or night duty 



CHARITY HOSPITAD— 1964-1966 



These figures do not Include the professional nurses employed for permanent 
afternoon and night duty. 

The reorganization of the Nursing Service Department has moved along 
in a satisfactory manner. Motivated by positive results from the division 
of the Fourth Floor Into two areas, each with a full-time nursing supervisor, 
this plan was placed in effect on the Fifth Floor. The Improvement in patient 
care and employee work performance following this action is encouraging. 
and the assignment of nursing supervisors to smaller patient areas may prove 
to be the solution to some of the many problems harassing nursing service 
administrators today. In October, 1964, the Nursing Service Office began 
operating seven days a week instead of five, thereby providing continuity 
of sen-ice to patients and to the nursing staff. The assignment of a second 
Bister Supervisor to night duty further extended nursing administrative 
services and Is making the night duty personnel keenly aware of the skills 
and responsibilities Involved In providing an environment which is therapeutic 
for the patient. Moving the patients from the Breaux Building to the Dibert 
Building afforded a more efficient and economical operation of the nursing 
services for tuberculous patients and made nursing personnel available for 
reassignment to services with pressing needs for additional nurses- and 
nurse aides. 

The services of the Cardiac Nursing Specialist is Of Inestimable value 
In promoting quality nursing care for adult medical and surgical patients 
with cardiovascular diseases. Emergency cardiac carts have been placed in 
the patient units on the medical and surgical floors, and a recent sun 
revealed that In the past two months these carts have been used B7 times 
to save patients' lives. Weekly conferences on the nursing care of the cardiac 
patient are held on the medical units. Teaching and consultant resources 
of this type have stimulated Interest and developed understanding and skills 
in cardiac nursing. 

The Nursing Service Executive Committee has met monthly to appraise 
nursing service needs, resolve problems and propose changes for the improve- 
ment of patient care. The Nursing Service and Nursing Education Coordinat- 
ing Committee held several meetings to discuss matters of mutual concern 
encountered in educating the students In the Charity Hospital School of 
Nursing and those from the affiliating nursing schools. The Committee on 
Nursing Procedures haB completed an extensive revision of the Nursing 
Procedure Manual, and It is anticipated that the revised manual will be 
printed and available for distribution by September, 1965. 

On hospital services where the patient turnover is constant, nursinsr 
services were provided for 11,835 patients in the Recovery Room, 9.056 
deliveries and 314 Caesarean sections in the Delivery Room, and 6,444 out- 
patient visits to the Health Clinic by students, Interns and residents and 
their families, employed professional and practical nurses and department 
heads. In addition, this service gave 699 immunizations for Influenza, 880 
for Smallpox, 443 for Diphtheria, 300 for Typhoid Fever and 92 for Tetanus. 

Because of a sustained high census In the Premature Infant Nursery and 
In May, 1965, the admission of an unusually large number of small babies 
weighing less than 1200 grams, the nursery was closed several times to out- 
side admissions during the year. This occurred two weeks In September and 
October, 1064, three weeks in December, 1964, and two weeks In May. 1965. 
Piped In oxygen was installed in Nursery IIA and five new Intensive -care 
Isolettes were purchased. There is now a. total of S3 Isolettes In the Pro- 
mature Infant Nursery, 

Educational Responsibilities 

The rapid changes In medical management of patients and the scarcity 
of applicants prepared to do nursing makes on-the-job training obligatory 
In the Nursing Service Department. Orientation to duty was given to 166 
newly employed professional and 13 practical nurses. Group conferences In 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISIONS 9J 



clinical nursing ward administration at the head nurse level and for the 
purpose of demonstrating nursing procedures and equipment were held 
regularly throughout the year. Practical nurses, staff nurses, head nurses 
supervisors and administrative nurses at various times during the vear 
attended short-term courses designed to focus attention on quality nursing 
service. These courses were sponsored by the Charity Hospital Nursing 
Service Inset-vice Education Staff, the Louisiana. State Board of Health the 
Louisiana State Department of Hospitals, and the National Institute of 
Health, the Louisiana Heart Association, the National League for Nurslnjr 
the Interdlvistonal Council of the New Orleans League for Nursing the 
Louisiana State Nurses' Association, the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of 
Apprenticeship and Training, the U.S. AJr Force, the New York Medical 
College, the American Cyanimid Company, and the American Occupational 
Therapy Association. 

In December, 1964, funds were secured from the U. S. Federal Govern- 
ment through the Manpower Development and Training Act for the training 
of hospital nurse aides. The services of three nurse instructors and two- 
part- time clerical workers were obtained and nurse aide training under this 
new program was started. Four classes with a total of 40 nurse aides 
completed the intensive 12-week training course and all were employed In 
Charity 1 fospltal. The total estimated cost of the training project amounted 
to J20.991.30. 

The Operating Room Technician Training Course, which is offered twice 
each year. Is a one-year training program set up to teach the mechanical 
skills required in Operating Room service. It is not intended, nor should It 
be considered, as a substitute for professional nurse training In the Operating 
Room. The class is conducted by one professional nurse instructor, with tin- 
cooperation of the staff physicians of the Department of Anesthesiology. 
From June 1, 1964, through July 30. 1965, thirty students were enrolled in the 
program. Of this group, twenty-one completed the course, five of whom are 
employed on the staff. 

Fifteen students are presently enrolled. The trainees are employed by the 
hospital through the Louisiana State Civil Service System and are classified 
as Nurse Aides II. Upon completion of the course, the trainee Is promoted 
to a Nurse Aide III with a $15 per month increase In salary. There la no 
further opportunity for promotion, and since Operating Room Technicians 
are in great demand, the turnover in this group of employees la very large, 
and Charity Hospital is In the position of training Technicians to be em- 
ployed in the Operating Rooms of other hospitals, The following indicate* 
the small number of trained Technicians who have remained on the staff 
after completing the course at Charity Hospital: 

Class of January, 1962 — One technician still on the staff 
Class of April, 1964— Five technicians still on the staff 
Class of June, 1964— One technician still on the staff 
Class of February, 1965 — Fourteen students enrolled, nine remain In the 
class which will complete the program In February, 1966, 

Recommendations concerning the Operating Room Technician training 
program are: 

1, That the class be removed from Louisiana State Civil Service in order 
to provide a wider range of qualified applicants. 

2, That the basic salary paid to the students while they are trainees be 
lowered, to be increased as their ability Increases, 

5. That a higher salary be paid to the graduate technicians to enable 
us to retain these employees after they are trained. 

4. That an assistant instructor be employed to make the program mor« 
plausible. 

6. That the status of these employees be clearly defined by Nursln -. 
Service, ' ul Hln « 



92 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-1986 



Educational programs In premature infant nursing were planned and 
conducted by the nursery staff for 10 resident physicians, 36 medical students, 
2 professional nurses, and 27 student nurses- from the Touro Infirmary and 
Mercy Hospital Schools of Nursing. In addition, three weeks of inservice 
education In premature Infant nursing wns given to nurse aides, Dillard 
University's Department of Nursing was again the only professional nursing 
school that rotated Its students through the nursery for clinical experience 
and practice in the nursing care of premature babies. 

Through joint planning with the Schools of Nursing affiliating with 
Charity Hospital for clinical nursing experience, 57 professional nursing- 
students from Mercy Hospital School of Nursing and Louisiana State and 
Dillard Universities, and 73 practical nursing students from the L E. Rabouln 
Vocational School and the Booker T. Washington High School were- rotated 
through the services required for an education in nursing. The wealth of 
clinical experience available on the wards may be likened to a magnet, at- 
tracting nursing educators to Charity Hospital seeking nursing experience 
for students, and the Nursing Service Department is hard pressed at times 
to provide these facilities. 

The Nursing Service Office Staff continued to participate in the educa- 
tional programs of other hospital departments. Formal Instruction in nursing 
service functions and nursing procedures were held for Charity Hospital 
student nurses, medical technician interns and x-ray technicians. Ten one- 
hour lectures on Nursing Practices were attended by 37 student technicians 
from the Department of Diagnostic Radiology. 

Interest In community health activities was maintained throughout the 
year. Nurses from the staff participated in meetings and programs of the 
New Orleans Hospital Council, the Louisiana. Hospital Association, the New 
Orleans Heart Council, the Louisiana Heart Association, the Louisiana Com- 
mittee on Rehibilitatfon. the Tuberculosis Association of Greater New Orleans, 
the American Red Cross Nurse Enrollment and Distaster Committee, the 
American Nurses' Association, the National League for Nursing and on the 
Rehabilitation of Alcoholics. 

Among Louisiana State employees entering retirement were 12 from the 
Nursing Service Department. The lengths of service varied from lSVi to so 
years, and the number In the classifications represented were 6 professional 
nurses, 3 nurse aides, 2 clerical workers, 1 hospital matron and l Central 
Service worker. 

The Department of Nursing Service has been diligent and productive in 
fostering quality nursing care by keeping abreast of Information and produ 
that would enable us to utilize nursing personnel, supplies and equipment 
effectively. The use of disposable syringes has already been initiated, and we 
are soon to establish use of pre-wrapped sterile dressings. Since It is a 
proven fact that nurses are hampered by many non-nursing duties, we have 
made a first step toward relieving this situation by establishing Clerk posi- 
tions on the Fourth and Fifth Floors, with the expectation of eventually 
classifying these positions into Unit Managers, after further study Is made 
of positions and functions. This will be a giant step toward progress In the 
Nursing Service Department and a morale boost to our professional staff. 

If the Nursing Service Department is to preserve the gains it has nehlov. 
ed and is to serve as an integral part of the administration of the hospital, 
with standards and goals that are compatible with those of the hospital as 
a whole, the following recommendations should be given serious considera- 
tion: 

1. That a representative from the Department of Nursing Service be on 
all hospital committees concerned with patient care. 

2. That an out-patient service be established which would facilitate 
health service to all employees, and that the Health Clinic for nurses 
be incorporated Into this facility. 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISIONS 



3. That meritorious salary increases be granted to personnel aa they 
become due, since money for personal services Is budgeted and al- 
located. 

4. That a study be made of the feasibility of establishing more adminis- 
trative positions lor the purpose of maintaining control of reaidnits 
and interns and of educational and research projects, and to col- 
laborate with the Department of Nursing Service in making known 
the patient and personnel needs on the various services. 

We would like to take this opportunity to express to Dr. Kerne and his 
associates, and to the Board of Administrators, our sincere appreciation for 
their concern with our Nursing Service problems and for their untiring 
efforts to assist the Nursing Service Department in all o£ its endeavors In 
the Held of patient care. We are grateful to the administrative staff for the 
consideration which they have manifested toward the Nursing Service 
Department, and we assure you of our continued cooperation, interest and 
support. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/s/ SISTER REGXS. R.N. 
Director 

DIETARY DEPARTMENT 

£? l hf B °^" d ot Administrators and Doctor Louis Burroughs, Acting Director 

Charity Hospital of Louisiana at New Orleans 

Gentlemen: 

The Annual Report of the Dietary Department for the fiscal year be- 
mittecV 1964 a " d endinK June 3t> ' 1965 ' ls herewith respectfully sub- 

ACTIVITIES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS 

The Dietary Department operated with essentially the same number of 
employees as the previous year; however, there was an Increase in tho 
number of meals served to patients; also, the number of Infant formula* 
prepared. The number of meals served to personnel remained approximately 
the same. There was a significant decrease In the number of special meals 
served. 

During the economy drive starting In February, the Dietary Depart- 
ment fully cooperated and succeeded in a total savings of $60,089.56 on food. 

The activities of the various Dietary Department Units are covered In 
the following order; 

1. Main Kitchen. Storeroom and Personnel Food Service 

2. Patient Food Service 
t. Formula Room 

4. Student Nurses' Residence 
6. Nutrition Clinic 

MAIN KITCHEN, STOREROOM AND PERSONNEL FOOD SERVICE 

The Cook IV resigned and that position still remains unfilled. 

A checker has been employed for the Doctors' Dining Room for the 
purpose of checking the eligibility of people eating there. 

New equipment includes the following: 

1. Eighty chairs for the Doctors' Dining Room, brlniging the total to 1GG 

2. Three stainless steel tray trucks. 

Major repairs were necessary for the Patient's oven, which was out of 
order a number of times. 



94 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-198B 

Loose floor tiles were regrouted throughout the Main Kitchen area. 

The smallest of the cafeterias was closed. The personnel formerly served 
there are now eating in. the Nurses' cafeteria. 

The Employees' Dining Room was air-conditioned. 

All cafeterias were re-painted. Travel posters were framed and hung 
In all cafeterias. 

Comparative figures of meals served are as follows: 

1964-1965 1963-1964 

Patient Meals 2,004.141 1,922,603 

Personnel Meals 1,074,085 1.078,587 

Total Meals 3,078,226 3,001,090 

Special Meals Served 57,034 160,167 

Patients Nourishments 167,034 

Formula Room Census 121,877 118,951 

PATIENT FOOD SERVICE 

The patient menu cycle was changed to consist of 2 weeks of menus to 
be alternated. This was done to simplify and facilitate central ordering- by 
the Main Kitchen. Calculations, evaluation, and recommendations were made 
on the menus to maintain their nutritional adequacy. Main kitchen now 
assumes full responsibility for food service to the 6th Floor Infirmary. 

The revised Dietary Department Employees' Handbook, was distributed 
to all employees in patient food service. There was an updating- and repeti- 
tion of the regular meetings held twice monthly for all patient food service 
employees, A series of fourteen classes were taught by the Therapeutic 
Dietitians from November through May. 

Patient food service was modified on 9th Floor and in the Dibert Build- 
ing. On the 9th Floor, the juvenile meals are now served on the wards from 
hot food carts. This results in their getting warm food which Is more palat- 
able. They also receive forks, knives and spoona instead of Just spoons. 

Ail patients from the Breaux Building are now In Dibert. The food ser- 
vice was adopted to serve the Increased number of patients In Dibert and 
also to utilize the five new heated food carts which were purchased for 
Dibert. Ail patient food Is placed on trays in the kitchen and then sent up 
to the floors on the heated carts. Cafeteria service for ambulatory patients 
had to be discontinued because of the limited space. 

In Dibert, a storage area formerly used by the Housekeeping Depart- 
ment was renovated to Btore and heat the new hot food carts. 

Equipment purchased for the patient food service Is as follows: 

1. One Stainless Steel Utility Cart for 5th Floor. 

2. Five Heated Tray Conveyor Food Carts for Dibert, 

Repeated repairs have been made on equipment. 

Fainting in the above areas Is as follows: 
1. Srd Floor Office and Fantry (Main Building) 

'.!■ Elevator Doors and Metal around Doors (Main Building and Pantry 
Elevators) 

3. Isolation Building Pantry and DIshroom. 

In order to familiarize the new doctors coming to Charity Hospital with 
diets and procedures, the Charity Hospital Diet Manual was again made 
available to all the House Staff desiring a copy. 



REPORT OP SISTERS' DIVISIONS BE 

Periodic tours of the department were conducted for Student Nurses, 
Medical Technologists, Visitors and other Interested groups. 

FORMULA ROOM 

Routine repairs were made on equipment, particularly the bottle brush 
machine. 

NURSES' HOME 

The Student Nurses' Home Dining Room and Dietitian's Office were 
completely renovated to Include air-conditioning. New fixtures, and a fire 
escape door and steps were installed in the Dining Room. The kitchen was 
repainted. 

New equipment purchased by the Department includes the following: 

1. One 30 gallon Stainless Steel Steam Kettle, 

2. One Stainless Steel Tray Truck. 

3. One Venetian Blind. 

4. Six sets of Draperies. 

As In the past the coffee urn needed repeated repairs. 

NUTRITION CLINIC 

PATIENTS— For the year starting July 1. 1964, 14.14S patients wore 
instructed on special diets. Of these, "new reduction" diets totaled 1,048, and 
reduction revisits were 2,095. 

The number of diabetics instructed Individually and reviewed on their 
diets was 4,118. In addition to the individual Instructions, 191 patients, 
relatives, attendants, and students attended a session of the diabetic classes 
held every Friday afternoon. These classes are presented primarily to give 
supplementary instruction to the hospitalized patients to help them when 
they go home. 

Various other special diet instructions included the following diets, 
variations, and combinations: normal, normal for child, soft, bland, miik and 
cream, dumping syndrome, colostomy, low residue, high protein, low protein, 
low phosphorus, low purine, low fat, low saturated fat low Cholesterol, 
ketogenic, gluten-free, wheat-free milk-free egg-free, elimination fur child 
(allergy), and sodium restricted. These totaled 2,313. 3,681 obstetric patients 
were Instructed in classes, which are held dally. 
3,631 normal pregnancy 
91 toxemia 
678 toxemia-reduction 
25 reduction 

Total "broken appointments" for revisits of reduction or various other 
diets were 1,756, 

PERSONNEL— 87 student nurses came to the Nutrition Clinic, 8 : 30 a,tn. 
until noon for five days: one, two, or three each week. They were orientated, 
given assignments, watched demonstrations, then they Instructed pati' 

A volunteer worker was assigned to Clinic for six weeks during July and 
August. She worked Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 9:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m. 
and was an exceptionally willing and efficient worker. 

The staff relief dietitian was scheduled for the Nutrition Clinic to learn 
the Charity Hospital routines. This was part of her orientation Into all the 
therapeutic units. 



96 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-1965 



At the request of the resident In charge, the Tulane Medical Interns: In 
the Diabetic Clinic were given a briefing on the Charity Hospital diabetic 
diets. Three Interns were Instructed In February and five in March. 

The Charity Hospital Practical Nurse students were divided Into three 
groups which attended the Friday afternoon sessions of the diabetic classes. 
Three groups of Touro Infirmary student nurses attended sessions, also. 

Two classes of Charity Hospital Nurse Aide trainees were given Ihi hour 
lectures on feeding patients, stressing the need for cooperation between the 
Dietary and Nursing Service Departments. The trainees are under the In-Ser- 
vlce Education Program, 

Many visitors and student groups were shown around the Nutrition 
Clinic and given a briefing on the work done. 

Several employees come to the Clinic regularly to check their weight and 
discuss their diets. These fellow -workers come from various departments. 

APPRECIATION 

Our gratitude is extended to Dr. Kerne, Dr. Burroughs. Dr. Adrian!, the 
Board of Administrators, the Sisters, the Medical and Nursing Staffs, the 
Engineering, Maintenance, Personnel and Purchasing Departments, and all 
other Departments of the Hospital, for tho cooperation, assistance and 
encouragement they have given us this past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/s/ CLYDE B. MOORE 
Food Service Director 

HOUSEKEEPING DEPARTMENT 

The annual report of the Housekeeping Department for the fiscal year 
beginning July I, 1964 and ending June 30, 1965, is herewith submitted. 

The turnover of personnel. Including Housekeeping, Linen and Sewing 
Section and Professional Student Home Section was seventy -seven. Of this 
number there were 54 resignations, 18 removals and five retirements. 

Seven employees were promoted to higher classifications in the depart- 
ment, and four were promoted by transfer to other departments. 

With the closing of the Breaux Building, fourteen housekeeping positions 
from this building were absorbed in other sections where additional help 
was needed. 

Thirty housekeeping employees were granted Outstanding Tlatlngs by the 
State Civil Service Department, and were presented with certificates on 
May 27, 1965. 

Window cleaning services continued to be done by contract with the 
National Building Services and Maintenance Company. 

Consultation services were renewed with the A, & M. Peat Control 
Company to assist In an advisory capacity and checking with Housekeeping 
Administration twice a month on special problems or needs. 

In the Central Linen Section a Pilot Study was commenced on two 
floors with a linen control and pack system of distribution, which required 
all emergency linen on all three shifts to be kept under lock and key, and the 
morning distribution of linen to be put In packs for a.m. care. The system 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISIONS 



97 



Is working out very satisfactory, and the system will be extended to other 
areas soon. Linen replacements were made this year as follows: 



8,446 Large Sheets (adult beds) 
8,272 Sheets 64" (roller) 
1,374 Crib sheets 
1,261 Bassinet sheets 
2,063 Bedspreads 
6,442 Pillow cases 
1.043 New blankets 66" X 80* 
3,012 Baby wraps 
400 Crib blankets 
S65 New pillows 
4,964 Patient gowns (adult) 
6,348 Childrens gowns 
1.611 Pajama suits 
383 Additional pajama panta 
978 Childrens pajamas 
2,000 Robes 
961 Plastic mattress protectors 

(adult) 
91 Crib mattress protectors 
859 Plastic pillow covers 
66 Plastic covers for equipment 
23,4 12 Blrdseye diapers 
133 cs Disposable diapers (4O0/cs) 
97 cs Disposable diapers (576/cs) 
774 Hamper bags 
878 Bathroom curtains 
137 Cubicle curtains 
336 Armboard covers 
800 Bassinet shields 
110 Basket liners 
332 Blood pressure app. cuffs 
300 (i U bags 
144 Infusion bottle bags 



413 

774 

72 

48 

300 

240 

4,072 

120 

182 

532 

14T cs 

3,411 

2,100 

25 

17 

12,828 

816 

736 

432 

8,244 

7,640 

M«0 

12,966 

6,253 

132 cs 

1,162 

3.436 

780 

1,350 

244 

2,635 

644 

MS 



Slings 

Hamper bags 

T Binders 

Brest binders 

Dresser scarfs 

laggings 

Restraints 

Spring covers (Koroseal) 

Coffee bags 

Thomas splints 

Disposable pads 

Large Blrdseye pads 30" s 36* 

Bassinet pads 18" i 30" 

Roller pads, polyurethane 

Rx table pads 

Wrappers for sterile supplies 

Slit sheets 



Special pieces 36" x 36" 

Eye sheets 

Bath towels 

Huok towels 

Kitchen towels 

Surgical towels 

Terry wash cloths 

Disposable wash cloths (500/cs) 

Aprons 

Doctors caps 

Doctors operating gowns 

Doctors scrub suits 

Additional scrub trousers 

Nurses first gowns 

Nurses second gowns 

Reversible smocks 



Respectfully submitted, 
/s/ SISTER CLARISSE 



OUT-PATIENT 



New Patients 

In Clinics 

White & Colored 



Clinic Services: 

Oral Surgery A.M 22 j* 

Dtintal Hygene ™ 

Oral Surgery P.M *1 

Dermatology 15 j* 

Dermo-Planing ' 

Fat, Nose & Throat 315 

Eye ,. 

Eye Retractions • »™ 

Fundus Ophthalmoscopy 

Glaucoma * J} 

7(1 

eology " 

Gynecology Endocrine 

Gynecology Referral 

Special Gynecology •• • 

Medicine aj * 

A Uirgy * 

Arthritis 

Cardfnc ^ 

Chest I 

Diagnostic Anesthesia ' 

Diagnostic Medicine « 

Endocrine 

Gastroenterol ngy 

Hematology 

Hypertension Renal 



hritJs ° 

tlogy 



361 



61 

220 


187 

377 
6 

2 

274 





393 


23 
7 
2 
105 

3 


1 





Old 


Patients 


In 


Clinics 


White 


& Colored 


2,545 


9,225 


615 


1,205 


1,195 


1,948 


6.717 


14,996 


341 


139 


7,237 


11,244 


S.4S5 


L8.510 


2,673 


3,180 








1 


2.856 


4,460 


19,375 


2 


77 








598 


1.382 





918 


16,267 


43,864 


2,017 


6,586 


1,821 


1,963 


889 


1.610 


467 


1,229 


19 


66 


436 


1,049 


1.117 


2,882 


472 


864 


749 


2,270 


w 


481 


2,934 


11,530 


32 


535 


144 


449 



Total 

Patient Visits 

To Clinics 

White & Colored 



2,773 

615 

1,216 

M7a 

341 

7.552 

8,701 

2.699 



1 

4,530 

2 



598 



16,006 

2,021 

1,823 

892 

474 

19 

483 

1,117 

472 

750 

66 

2,936 

32 

145 



9,586 
1,205 
2.009 
16,216 
139 
11.431 
18,887 
3,186 

2,858 
19.649 
77 

1,382 
918 
44,257 
6,586 
1,963 
1,633 
1,236 
58 
1,154 
2,882 
867 
2,270 
481 
11,531 
535 
449 









£ 



Proem Medicine 

Rehabilitation (Arthritis) 

Special Therapy 

Tropica] Medicine 

Tuberoulosls 

Neurology 

Epilepsy 



1 


9 
202 
1 



Obstetrics sg 



Obstetrics Toxemia 
Post Partum 



Orthopedics j™. 



Crippled Children 
Fractures 
Hand ... 
Pasteur .... 





u 

6 

19 



Pediatric & Immunization , 320 

Infant Feeding & Immunization ....... 

Pediatric Allergy 

Pediatric Behavior '.', 

Pediatric Cardiac 

Pediatric Metabolic '..'.'..'.'.'..'...'.'., 

Pediatric Neurology 

Pediatric Tuberculin ....[.. .\..... 

Pediatric Urology '.'.'.'.. 

Premature ...'.'.'........, 

Psychiatry [[[ 17 e 

Child Psychiatry ..........'..'.'. 3 

Surgery, General ."" ** 745 



|4 

4 



t 

4 
4 






Chemo-Therapy 

Colon & Rectal Surgery . , 

Xeuro Surgery 

Pediatric Surgery .... 

Plastic Surgery 

Thoracic Surgery 

Surgery Gastroenterology 
Tumor 







le 
3 
3 

12 
1 

8 



1 









171 



360 

1 

14 

925 

38 

64 

4 

20 

1,496 

651 







1 

9 

5 



60 

64 

2 

1,685 





20 

10 

6 

13 

2 

1 



195 


27J 


35 


120 


119 


1.166 


26 


03 


4,629 


6.160 


3,079 


5,311 


682 


1,554 


2,143 


16,977 





6,162 


202 


4,610 


8,831 


17,886 





1,453 


461 


1,092 


219 


635 


296 


607 


2.203 


10,964 


41 


370 


1,212 


3,726 








174 


389 


75 


264 


1557 


613 


1 


1 





881 


4.476 


8,024 


166 


436 


0,561 


30,6fi4 


503 


426 


1,142 


2.1D0 


693 


1,157 


283 


1,958 


1,367 


1,206 


673 


1,088 


25 


223 


566 


760 



197 

36 

119 

26 

4,538 

3,281 

683 

2,241 



202 

9,302 



495 

224 

35fi 

2,523 

65 

1,216 



174 

78 

161 

1 



4,651 

169 

11,306 

603 

1,142 

708 

291 

1,»70 

685 

26 

569 



274 

120 

1,156 

98 

6,160 

5,482 

1,554 

17,837 

5,163 

4,624 

18,811 

1,491 

1,166 

639 

627 

12,460 

1,021 

3,726 



389 

265 

522 

1 

931 

8.078 

438 
32,389 

426 
2,100 
1,177 
1,968 
1,210 
1,101 

225 

761 



OUT-PATIENT— Continued 



New Patients 

In Clinics 

White & Colored 

Clinic Services: 

Vascular Disease - 6 

Male Urology "* "J 

Female Uroloe^r 2 " B * 

Diagnostic Procedures 

Urology Tumor * _ ' 

TOTALS.... • ■ 4 ' 024 ? ' 860 



Old Patients 

in Clinics 

White & Colored 



954 

4,047 
2,682 

1,17? 



116,404 



1,760 

10,943 

5,286 

2,839 



310,384 



Total 
Patient Visits 

To Clinics 
White & Colored 



960 
4.209 

2,849 

1,177 



120,428 



1,760 

11,091 

5,364 

2,839 



318,234 



3 

r-* 

- 

o 






REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISIONS 101 



REPORT OF WHITE AND COLORED 

Number of Clinic Working Days for the Fiscal Year 

July 1, 1964— June 30, 1965 248 

Daily Average White Patient Visits to Clinic 486 

Dally Average Colored Patient Visits; to Clinics 1,283 

YEARLY COMPARISON OF TOTAL PATIENT VISITS IN THE 

OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT— 1964-1965 

Total Visits in the Out-Patient Department for 1963-1964 451,479 

Total Visits in the Out-Patlent Department for 1964-1965 438,662 

Increase "-■--■-■■<..,.,•........»,.,......,,.,,,, 7 183 

Total Visits in the Out-Patient Department In 1964-1965 438,682 

Total Visits in the Radiology Department In 1964-1966 82,222 

Total Visits in the Physical Therapy Department In 1964-1965 9,197 

GRAN DTOTAL MO<ogl 



102 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-1965 



OPERATING ROOMS 



Operations Cases 

Miles Operating Rooms ■ 4,037 23 

Delgado Operating Rooms 6,823 

Bronchoscopy & E.N.T. Rooms L179 1,016 

Eye Operating Rooms 1,242 39 

Plaster Rooms 1.359 

Cystoscopy Booms 597 3,940 

Burn Dressings 1 

TOTALS 12,878 6,510 

GRAND TOTAL. 19,388 



OBSTETRICAL DIVISION— 10TH FLOOR 

Cesarean Sections SIB 

Operations ■ . . 117 

GRAND TOTAL. 432 



MILES OPERATING ROOMS 

Operations Cases 

July . . . 377 2 

August . . 357 

September , 3S8 3 

October 862 5 

November , 259 4 

December 263 3 

January 332 1 

February 337 1 

March 350 1 

April 349 1 

May 328 

June 337 Z 

TOTALS 4,037 23 



DELGADO OPERATING ROOMS 

Operations Cases 

July 645 is 

August 668 10 

September 556 n 

October 511 

November ... 431 16 

December 457 6 

January 475 4 

February 441 n 

March 466 

April 468 16 

May 452 u 

June 464 9 



TOTALS 



5,883 






BRONCHOSCOPY & E.N.T. ROOMS 

Operations Cases 

July 99 88 

August 102 87 

September Ill 86 

October 86 80 

November . . 69 74 

December 91 67 

January 95 75 

February 93 EC 

March 127 94 

April 103 101 

May 85 81 

June 118 108 

TOTALS 1.179 1.016 



EYE ROOMS 

Operations Cas 

July 96 

August 100 

September ....... 81 

October 105 

November 81 

December ....... 90 

January' 93 

February 92 

March 93 

April 108 

May 119 

June 88 

TOTALS 1,242 



3? 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISIONS 



103 



PLASTER ROOMS 

Operations Cases 

J"'y o 130 

August HO 

September U2 

October 15T 

November o 87 

December lis 

January q 57 

February 113 

March 138 

A P ril S6 

J»y as 

June 102 

TOTALS ...... ~ i7s9 



CYSTOSCOPY ROOMS 

Operations Cases 

July 58 374 

August 43 314 

September 65 352 

October 54 344 

November 42 265 

December 34 253 

January 48 826 

February 64 348 

March 61 857 

April 55 328 

May 49 Ml 

June 46 S36 

TOTALS 597 3,940 



Main 
Building 

Jul y 1,782 

August 1.7J6 

September 1 755 

October 1 720 

November 1*329 

December 1S77 

January i.'sgS 

February 15g2 

March 1 ]694 

April l r 61g 

May 1 <56 8 

June 1,600 

TOTALS 19,298 



Dibert 


Breaux 


Contagious 


Polio 


Building 


Bu 


ilding 


B 


uilding 


Building 


2 




3 




3 





6 




1 




6 





4 




7 




S 





6 









4 





2 




1 




3 





4 




2 




2 





3 




1 




6 





1 




1 




4 





4 




3 




4 





6 




2 




2 





7 









1 





3 









4 






48 



21 



40 



BURN DRESSING ROOMS 

Operations 

July 

August ..'........'. 

September 

October 

November 

December 

January 

February 

.March "_ \\ \\ ° * ] I " " n 

April '.'..'.'.'..'.'..[.'....\.\.'..\\ 

May ...,!... 

June 

TOTALS . . . o~ 



Cast* 

1 
















104 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-1965 



OBSTETRICAL DIVISION— 10TH FLOOR 

Cesarean 

Sections Operations Totals 

j u l y 27 10 87 

August".'.'. 81 " *l 

September 2T " 

October 31 1 * 

November 25 9 

December 38 11 

January ■--■■ ■■• 31 ™ f 1 

February 29 8 

March 19 " »0 

April 13 S 1« 

May 27 10 37 

June 17 S 22 

TOTALS 316 117 432 



RECOVERY ROOMS 

1 96 * . . ■ 

Admissions Deaths 

July 1.031 3 

August L°l 9 * 

September L° 70 

October 96 ° 

November "" 

December 840 

1965 

January 927 

February "8 

March ■ 95 ° * 

April 880 8 

May 9*0 6 

June 950 8 

TOTALS 11,345 66 



REPORT OP CONTAGIOUS UNIT 



105 



Disease* 


CONTA* 

Case* 
Admitted 


SIOUS 

Diseh 
White 

2 

9 

2 

9 

22 

2 
18 
53 

34 

148 
2 
2 
2 
1 

i 

6 

26 
231 

561 

/a/ S 
Supei 


1 UNIT 

argcd 
Col. 

14 

8 
16 
13 

S 

is 

63 

412 

2 

62 

170 

1 

1 

1 

ii 

2 
75 

707 


D 

W 


esei 

iit« 


•ted 
Col. 

1 

1 

1 

3 

RET 


Dea 

White 

'a 

i 

i 
i 

18 

i 

16 

35 

MART 


th* 
Col. 






* ■ 




8 


.. 


Diphtheria 

Inf. Hepatitis 




i 

3 

4 
II 










1 

36 






Polio 




| . 


Pott's Disease 

Strep, S.T 

Scarlet Fever 

Typhoid Fever 


3 


i 






TBC 




E 

17 


Suspected of Contagious 




3 

5 

[ARGA 


TOTALS 




1,590 

ISTER W 
■vlaor 


100 



106 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 19G4- 1965 

THERAPEUTIC RADIOLOGY 

J. V. Sehlosser, M.D., Assistant Director 

New Cases . 2,519 

Clinic Visits 7,164 

Ward Admissions 4R9 

"Ward Discharges , . 4J5 

Ward Deaths 4g 

Ward Desertions $ 

ROENTGEN THERAPY 

Patient Visits 6.707 

Treatments 17,844 

VAN DE GRAAFF UNIT 

Patient Visits 5,459 

Treatments , 11,761 

RADIUM THERAPY 

White Patients go 

Colored Patients 

Total 1SS 

Total Number of Applications 

RADIOISOTOPE LABORATORY 

1-131 Uptakes , 1,656 

T-131 Blood Volumes "744 

1-131 Localization of Tracer Concentrations 

1-131 Localization of Tracer Concentrations & Uptakes 

1-131 Fat Absorption 

Cr-61 Erythrocyte Survival Study 

Co-60 Schilling 241 

1-131 Renograms «i 

M81 T-3 19: 

1-131 Special RISA 

1-131 Volemetron j( 

1-131 Placentascan 

1-1 31 Brain Scan 

I-13I Liver Scan ]j 

Fe-f,9 Clearance 

Fe-69 Utilization 

Hgl97 Brain Scan ' ' .'• 

Hei97 Liver Sean 

Sr-SE Bone Scan 

Cr-51 Dose for Spleen Scan , 

Hgl97 Lung Scan ., 

1-131 Thyroid Scan .."".""."!""".""...!!.. , .." 41 

Hgl97 Kidney Scan 

TOTAL , Rn . 

L131 Treatments " , 

Au-198 Treatments ' 

P-32 Treatments .' 

TOTAL " 

Respectfully submitted, 

fat MANUEL GARCIA. M.D. 
Director, Department of Therapeutic 
Radiology 



DEPARTMENT OF DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOG V 107 



DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY 

Dr. Charles M, Nice, Jr., Director 

Assistant Radiologists 

Ramon A. Mouton, M.D, 

Albert Hendler, M.D. 

David Harllee. M.D. 

Mary Holland, M.D. 

Philip Meyers. M.D. 

Richard Bnrbee, M.D. 

Joseph Davidson, M.D. 

Total number of patients examined 188.710 

Total number of films used 622,714 

Total number of fluoroscopies lsilOS 

Total number of examinations 218,789 

HOSPITAL CASES 

White 26,484 

Colored 42,804 

ACCIDENT CASES 

White , 9,771 

Colored 21,249 

CLINIC CASES 

White 20,249 

Colored , 49,000 

EMPLOYEES , 7.907 

SIZES OF FILMS USED 

H x 17 19B,0ft2 

14 X 14 4,4^ 

11 X 14 87,888 

10 x 12 139,962 

8 X 10 121,496 

7 X 17 IT.LMi:, 

Polaroids 2,879 

PARTS EXAMINED (NUMBER OF EXAMINATIONS) 

Chest 108,740 

Abd-Petvls 16.839 

Slnus-Mastold 

Upper Extremities 1 7,49*1 

Lower Extremities , ■ 

Gastrointestinal , | 

Genitourinary n.KL't; 

Spine 9,884 

Skull ■ 1 

Respectfully, 

/«/ CHARLES M. NICE, JR., v 
I 'hector. Diagnostic Radiology 



108 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1984-1965 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 

STAFF 

Emma S. Moss, M.D., F.A.S.C.P., F.C.A.P., Director, Certified American 
Board of Pathology: Anatomic Pathology, Clinical Pathology and Clinical 
Microbiology 

Monroe S. Samuels, M. D., Associate Pathologist, Certified American Board 
of Pathology: Anatomic Pathology, Clinical Pathology and Forensic 
Pathology 

Jerald R, Schenken, M.D., Associate Pathologist, Certified American Board 
of Pathology: Anatomic Pathology and Clinical Pathology 

Marlon Hood, Ph.D., Microbiologist 

RESIDENT STAFF 

John D. Milam, M.D. 

Wayne Elliott, M.D. 

Rodney Holcomb, M.D. 

Julian Henderson, M.D, 

Michel Med a war, M.D. 

Marlon Simpson, M.D. 

Thomas Gilchrist, M.D. 

Bryee Bliss, M.D, 

Guy Guarmo, M.D. 

Travis Harrison, MJJ. 

Everette Havard, MJJ. 

Edward Pennington. M.D. 

Robert Treuting, M.D. 

TECHNICAL STAFF 

Patricia Sallas, B.S., M.T. (ASCP), Chief Medical Technologist 

Eola Strauch, M.T. (ASCP) 

Marie Louise Graugnard. U.S.. MT. (ASCP) 

Marilyn Miller, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Mildred Howies, B.S., M.T, (ASCP) 

Allleen Janney, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Carolyn Alford Salamone, B.S., M.T, (ASCP) 

Jo Ann Durand, M.T. (ASCP), B.S. 

Jane Scarborough, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Mae Richards, M.T. (ASCP) 

Sonya Trebucq, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Yvonne Nell, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Jerelyn Swanson, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Polly Williams, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Mary Schutte, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Barbara Walker, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Vivian Taylor, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Gray Malcom, B.S., M.T. (ASCP)— Part Time employee 

S. Jane White, B.S., MT.. (ASCP)— Part Time employee 

Oi-UIn Bell, B.S., M.T. (ASCP)— Part Time employee 

Gale Kfbllng, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Anita Suggs, B.S.. M.T. (ASCP) 

Nancy H.trkesn. B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Glynen Westh, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Chnrlene Van San ten, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Constance Trout Howell, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Viola Devlllier, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Nan Smith, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 109 



Joy Starring, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Jean Williams, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Carlyn Gourgues, M.T. (ASCP) 

Anthony Saleme, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Sallle Lefebvre, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Lynn Knoepp, M.T. (ASCP) 

James Soileau, B.S. 

Clyde Elliott. B.S. 

Raymond Martin, B.S. 

Joan Foley, B.S.* 

Sandra Cunningham, B.S.* 

Gwendolyn Seaman, M.T. (ASCP)* 

Virginia Cowdln, B.S.* 

Mary Ellen Lefant, B,S.» 

Elizabeth Bowab, B.S.* 

Kathryn West, B.S.* 

Ronald Schmidt, B.S,, M.T. (ASCP), C.T.— Part Time employee 

Shirley Alnsworth, B.S., H.T., C.T. 

Douglas Ballard, C.T. 

ida Rosato— Medical Cytotechnologlst Trainee 
Judy Faciane— Medical Cytotechnologlst Trainee 
Neomi Landry, Laboratory Technical Assistant III 
Joycelyn Schiro, Laboratory Technical Assistant II 
Linda Troxclair, Laboratory Technical Assistant II 
Judy Bowers, Laboratory Technical Assistant 11 
Irene Broussard, Laboratory Technical Assistant I 
Connie "Wininger, Laboratory Technical Assistant II 
David Rossbach, Laboratory Technical Assistant II 
Marie Williamson, Laboratory Technical Assistant I 
Aurelle Flotte. Laboratory Technical Assistant I 
Evelyn Vadovsky, Laboratory Technical Assistant I 

SCHOOL OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Students admitted ig 

Students completing training , ji 

Students In training ( imi 28 

DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORIES 

1964-1965 I96S-10M 

Serology & Immuno-hematology 70,976 88.066 

Out-Patient Clinic Laboratories 

U.st (47.211) & Admission (14,677) 61,788 67,985 

East 144,658 139,040.. 

fllnteal Chemistry 332,837 383,184 

Hlstopothology GS.003 (r:,~s» 

Parasitology 19,889 30,281 

Bacteriology 

General 332,703 823,1 :tli 

Contagious 54,687 64,770 

Tuberculosis :; . 35,483 

Mycology 7,859 IJfJ 

Consultative Hematology 28,658 14,096 

Pregnancy Tests 1,823 |tt| 

I Koncy Laboratory , 29,100 31,939 

real Diagnostic Clinic '127 

Virology 2,040 •• r, s .| 

Cytology 11,995 11,577 

GRAND TOTAL 1,194.675 1.118,747 



■Eligible for Registry Examination In July 1966, 



Bfl CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-1965 

SURGICAL PATHOLOGY 

1964-1965 1963-1964 

Surgical specimens received and sectioned .16,809 16,769 

Tulane Unit , 8,499—54% 8,431 — 5S 4% 

1*8/0. Unit 7,310—46% 7,338 J6.««fr 

Consultations — frozen sections , , , 1,033 

ANATOMIC PATHOLOGY 

1964-1965 1963-1964 

Total Number of Deaths 3,073 3,017 

Coroner Cases Unavailable for Autopsy 356 G95 

La. State Anatomical Board 30 18 

Bodies Available for Autopsy 2,387 2,404 

Autopsied 1,661—65.3% 1,591 — 67% 

Stillborns 266 277 

Stillborns Autopsied 277 — 83.3% 201 73% 

Dead on Arrival— Autopsied 61 71 

Total Number of Autopsies 1,865 1.864 

Total Number of Coroner Cases 1,284 1,288 

Coroner Cases Autopsied by Hospital 628 — 60% 691 53^ 

PASTEUR INSTITUTE 

Total patients admitted to Pasteur Clinic 60S 

Pasteur treatment administered ' 

Patients under observation ,\ s77 

MORGUE 

Trips to wards by Autopsy Assistants to convey 

deceased bodies to Morgue S 464 

Burials prepared: 

Bodies (mostly stillborns) s, 

Onrans 

Use of Morgue Amphitheatre 

Session* Hours 

t-Unieal Path Conferences 9 9 

Tulane Classes 6eo 824 

I*B.TF. Classes 443 493 

BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORY 
Blood: 

Sugar 

Urea ' **■ 

Uric Acid '.; 5 H? 

Creatinine . .' [\ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ '.'.""'.'.'.'.'.'" 17 '!! 

Chloride , " »J-" 

Cholesterol '".'.'.'. 2 M?f 

Bilirubin *-* so . 

Calcium .... ' 15.04* 

Phosphorus ... °- 40 

B, S. I>. * 5,380 

Albumin '.'.".'.'. "" *- 06 

Globulin .-""" ' "•" 

Total Protein '. " " 

Acid Phosphatase ',..'.'...." '. '. , ?T 

Alkaline Phosphatase » . , ' i„T 

Thymol Turbidity ..."!!!] '.'. '.". '.'.'.'.'.". '. '.'.'.'. ! ** 

Amylase ,^ 

Lipase ' , 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 111 

Vitamin C 1 

Bromide 107 

Congo Red 2 

Salicylate 104 

Sulfathia^ole 14 

Fibrinogen sr.s 

Creatine 3 

Sodiums 20.81 

Potassiums 20.298 

Transaminases 15.BGI 

Miscellaneous 3 

Urine: 

Urea 4 

Sugar 12 

Chloride 11 

Urobilinogen :s | 

Bile IT 

Bence Jones 16 

Creatine |( 

Uric Acid A 

Creatinine ttf 

Calcium 1 31 

Protein 1 s i 

Porphyrins i ,: i 

Sodiums BS 

Potassiums , bo 

SiiDtonlns JO 

Phosphorus 112 

lyl pyruvic ft 

Melanin 4 

Bilirubin T 

VMA 1 

Miscellaneous ] 

Spinal Fluid: 

Sugar 1,041 

Chloride 1,080 

Total Protein 4,07! 

Stool: 

Bile I 

Stcroblllnogen 8 

Trypsin ■ S 

Urobilin , 4 

Capillary pH It 

Aldolase 1 

1 

llaneous 3 

TOTAL. 332,837 

GENERAL DIAGNOSTIC BACTERIOLOGY LABORATORY 

Cultures: 

8.975 

Pus 

Bplntil Fluid 1,689 

Bye 

Nose and Throat 4,507 

Urine i 

Stool ■ 1,7TB 



112 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1»6*-1965 



Sputum , , 2 lag 

Mlcroaerophllic ls'ojj 

Anaerobic Cultures 

Autopsy Cultures .'. 

Miscellaneous " 1 "1\ 

Identification Tests; 

Azide , 2 i it 

Coagulase 

Oxidase " ?• ' 

Ehrlichia Test *„ 

Bile Solubility WWW WWW. WW". »5 

Stains: 

Gram , s „, 

Albert wwwwwwwwwwwwww.w - Si i 

Serological Tests 7S1 

Organisms Isolated m~ IS 

Sensitivities ..."'.V.'.XtSm 

TOTAL ■ ^te^S 

BACTERIOLOGY 

_ , Contagious Unit 

Cultures: 

Blood - c „ 

Pus • *••*• 

Spinal Fluid .WW." "* -J 

Nose and Throat ' '" i*~ 

Urine a -' 5 

stoui .";;; 2 

Sputum WWWW 1.3M 

Mlcroaerophllic . . . ." 

Sensitivity Tests *•*!' 

Serological Typinga *•"; 

Identification Tests: '"" 4,B " 

Goagulase 

Oxidase * *•** 

Ehrlich's Tests .WW ,6S 

BJle Solubility ' * 

■ 2.3.'S 

Stains: 

Gram 

Albert's ;* ,1 WW" *'.!*. ".'.'. '.'.'. '.'. '. 8,S8S 

Organisms Isolated WWW ,. 3 

Miscellaneous WWWWWW1 .... '.'. '.'. '.'.'. ', ' , 

total .7^ 

Tuberculosis Unit 
Specimens Received: 

Bona Marrows ....... 

Bronchial Washings' WW WW ' ' 

Gastric "Washings 

Pleural Fluid 

pus WW w * 

Spinal Fluid III". 

Sputum J< 

Tissue B - ss 

Urine 

oth «- ;wwwwwwwwwwwwwwww ™ 

TOTAL • ^-^ 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY US 

Diagnostic Procedures: 

Smears 7gj 

Concentrations 8,688 

Cultures , 23^774 

Niacin l|eig 

Catalasea , , i.gjg 

Neutral Red ' 39 

Sensitivities , 1,000 

Atypical Studies 295 

Direct Smears . 29 

Phenolsulfatase , JO 

Miscellaneous 10 

TOTAL 37,836 

BACTERIOLOGY— MYCOLOGY UNIT 
Specimen* Received: 

Bone Marrow j7 

Bronchial Washings 119 

Dermatology Cultures ..." gin 

Gastric Washings 33 

Pleural Fluid 104 

Pus , J73 

Spinal Fluid 187 

Sputum ggg 

Tissue , 200 

Urine IT 

Other js 

TOTAL t, m 

Diagnostic Procedure*! 
Cultures 

Blood Agar If 

Brain Heart Infusion 10« 

Corn Meal Agar . 827 

Casein with Thiamin .,...,..,...... 128 

Casein without Thiamin 128 

Mycocel , t , 1.817 

Potato Agar , . , '. . ' 10 

Bice Medium 21 

Sabouraud , . 3,1 B8 

Hair Cultures pg 

Blide Cultures 74 

Wet Preparations 1,740 

Stain* 

Gram 497 

India Ink 107 

Wright |g 

Slock Cultures , 1 47 

MLsri'llanetms , u 

TOTAL 7,869 

VIRUS LABORATORY 
Throat Swabs, Gargling* and Aspirated Fluid Specimen* 

Specimens received 97 

Teat performed: 

1. Egg Inoculations g^ 

2. Neutralizations Tests 

3. Mouse Inoculations 

4. Tissue Cultures , gj e 



114 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 10S4-1985 

Stool Specimens 

Specimens Received 321 

Test performed: 

1. Mouse Inoculations . jg 

2. Egg Inoculations 

3. Neutralization Tests 64 

4. Tissue Cultures 99! 

Blood Specimens 

Specimens received 815 

Test performed: 

1. Mouse Inoculations ■ 

2. Neutralization Tests 

3. Tissue Cultures 

4. Complement Fixation 15 

Spinal Fluid Specimens 

Specimens received 85 

Test performed: 

1. Mouse Inoculations j3 

3. Egg Inoculations 

3. Tissue Cultures t-j. 

4. Neutralization Tests ? 

Brain and Other Tissue Specimens 

Specimens received IB 

Test performed: 

1. Mouse Inoculation g 

2. Egg Inoculations lt 

3. Tissue Cultures 

4. Neutralization Tests 

Hemagglutinations and Hemagglutination Inhibition Tests: .... iqj 

Total Specimens Received 823 

T °TAL ~^ 

CONSULTATIVE HEMATOLOGY LABORATORY 

Hemoglobin o A .. 

Red Blood Cell Count .. 

White Blood Cell Count .'.'.' ' mZiZ 

Differential Cell Count . K! 

Hematocrit .:///"/"^iy///^l\V/^"V^\""[Y ztl, 

Sedimentation Rate 

Wet Preparations .................. ..[.... ....... ll.Yl 1 nil 

Mean Corpuscular Volume ....".. '. ........ '. .............. .'.', '. \ 

Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin ...... . . . . . .' . . ."." ,' .' .' ."." . .' .' .' . . . . . . . .' . , . . . 

Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration 

Reticulocyte Count ... j> -»«i 

Platelet Count :,„i 

Prothrombin ,.".*.*..". . .'. 5' 6 »g 

Prothrombin Consumption 

Plasma Rectification 

Partial Thromboplastin Time 

Thromboplastin Regeneration , 

Ham Tests _ _ " 

Paroxyhmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria 

Glucose— 6 Phosphate Dehydrogenase 47 

Alkaline Phosphatase Stain 

Heinz Bodies 

Fetal Hemoglobin '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.['..'.'.".'.'.'.'..'.]'.... ...'.'. ^ 

Serum Iron 

Circulatory Antibody 

Special Thromboplastin Generation Studies 75 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 115 

Fragility 10! 

Coagulation and Bleeding Time 11J 

Clot Retraction , 148 

Cryoglobulin g 

Heterophils Antibody Reaction , 649 

Beef Cell Absorption . , 26 

Guinea Pig Absorption 26 

Bone Marrow 366 

Bone Marrow Swears 1,470 

Bone Marrow Sections 384 

Cold Agglutinations 209 

Eosinophil Count 86 

L E Preparations 981 

Rumpel Leede us 

C-Reactive Proteins , 701 

Electrophoresis: 

Protein: 386 

I iemoglobin S96 

Screening Panoeel 1 

Plasma Hemoglobin 4 

Miscellaneous , 18 

TOTAL. 38,558 

PARASITOLOGY LABORATORY 

Smears for Trophozoites 10.944 

Flotations for Ova and Cysts 5,472 

Proctoscopic Examinations 27 

AiuU Swabs 1'Jt 

Maiarla , ......... 1 

Thick Drop for Miliaria 1 

Iron Hematoxylin Stains 43 

Occult Blood 8,808 

Fat Stains 97 

t'rlnalysls S3 

Miscellaneous , 154 

TOTAL 19,699 

EAST OUTPATIENT CLINIC LABORATORY 

Urine Examinations 26,708 

Blood Pictures: 

Hemoglobin , , , , 16,406 

White Cell Count i 

I inferential Count 1 1 

Sedimentation Rate 686 

Hi-Uculocyte Count 413 

Sickle Cells 1.874 

Hematocrit 80,032 

rtacterioliiKlcal Smear Examinations 11 

Eyo Cultures Made 596 

I'hcnolsuIpKoriphthaloin Determinations 3 

Qlucose Tolerance Collected 298 

Fish bergs 4 

Urine Acetones - 464 

Urine Bile 8fl 

Specimens Collected 49,695 

TOTAL 144,868 



11« CHARITY HOSPITAL.— 1964-1966 

WEST OUT-PATIENT CLINIC LABORATORY 

Urine Examinations g 904 

Blood Pictures: 

Hemoglobin , 5 350 

White Cell Count 7*1 2a 

Differential Count 2*095 

Sedimentation Rates . , . 'jgg 

Reticulocyte Count ga 

Platelet Count .',','.' 

Hematocrit a «,. 

sickle ceii .....i ".7! !!"""!" '"""!!" \l 

Bacteriological Smear Examinations 

Eye Cultures Made , " s Jg 

Phenolsuiphonphthaleln Determinations ,'.., ;.) * 7 

Glucose Tolerance Collected 7.7.7. 133 

Urine Acetones i Q t 

Fishbergs 

Urine Bile 77777777! 7 " 

Specimens Collected ....I 13 0S6 

TOTAL "7T~7 

Admissions Division Tests 

Hemoglobins o JBa 

White Cell Counts ?**] 

Hematocrits -„" 

Urinalyses b --; 

T0TAL "^irT 

QRAOTJ TOTA1 , "^ 

tal . „ , SEROLOGY LABORATORY 

Blood Kolmeri: 

^I 1 "™ 8,864 

Negative j 162 

An tl -Complementary \\ * '50 

Unsatisfactory 77 HI 

Total 

Quantitative Kolmers: " 

Blood: 

Z asltl ™ 180 

Negative ns 

Total 

Quantitative VDRLs- 
Blood : 

Z° siti ™ 1,813 

Negative 2a6 

Total 

Blood VDRL: " * 4<249 

£ oait lr *.2«2 

Negative 38<7e4 

Unsatisfactory , gn 

Total ,..._. 

Spinal Fluid Kolmers: 

Positive 12 B 

Negative 77777777 7777! 1,680 

Unsatisfactory 59 

T0ta! ■ ■ " 1.8«4 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 117 

Spinal Fluid VDRLs: 

Positive 18 

Negative 538 

Unsatisfactory , 1,813 

Total 1,864 

Colloidal Gold Tests 1,693 

Spinal Fluid Cell Counts 112 

Globulin 4 

Total 1,809 

Thyroglobulin Antibodies 60 

ASO Titers . 1,181 

Latex Tests . , 1,880 

Agglutinations: 

Typhoid "O" 618 

Typhoid "H" 619 

Paratyphoid 619 

B. Abortus 624 

Proteus 0X19 619 

Tularenees 80 

Miscellaneous , 2 

Total 8,053 

Immune- Hematology 

ABu Typings 1,888 

Ph, (D) Typings 1,887 

Genotype studies 1,881 

Antibody Studies 1,302 

Antibody Titractions 68 

Transfusion Reactions , 

Coombs , . . , , 646 

Total 7,582 

GRAND TOTAL 70,978 

HISTOPATHOLOGY LABORATORY 

Surgical Slides Completed 38.928 

Autopsy Slides Completed 18,296 

Frozen Sections 1.033 

Special Slides— Stains 1.749 



TOTAL 68,008 

EMERGENCY LABORATORY 

Spinal Fluids; 

Sugars 1,078 

Chloride* 638 

Blood Chemistry: 

l.'rrsi- Nitrogen 3.541 

Sugars 3.898 

Chlorides 2,997 

COi • 3.260 

Amylases B37 

Bilirubins ■ 1.4HK 

Blood Counts: 

White Blood Cells , . g 

Differential - e 



118 CHARITY HOSPITAL,— 1384-1965 

Hematocrits » 

Urinalyses !!!!!!.!!!*!!!*" ss 

Cultures ."""""*."" '. !"".".] " 1189" 

Prothrombin Times 

Sodiums 

Potassiums !!.'!!! 

Miscellaneous \ 

TOTAL ~K^* 

VENEREAL DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY 

Darkfield Examinations o 5 

Scrapings for Donovan Bodies 

Frei Skin Tests 

art Stains \ ......... ....... ...... .. ' ...'.'...'. " 

Fungus ...','.'.'.'.. 

Miscellaneous 

TOTAL ~7j~ 

PREGNANCY TESTS 
Total for Tear 182 , 

CYTOLOGY LABORATORY 
Female Genital Tract 

^ 8 .- U 6,299 

Tu!an * 4,035 

Total . 

Urinary Tract *"*** 

L.S.U 301 

T^e .....:::::::::::::::::;:;;::::::::: 53 

Total <>ti< 

Alimentary Tract 

I-S.U 24 

Tulane ...'.'.'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'". 

Total 

Effusion ' " " " ' " ■* ' 

L-S.U , 

Total 

Respiratory Tract 

L.S.U 91 . 

Tu ^« :::::::::::::::::::::: «S 

Total 

Cerebrospinal Fluid 1.49. 

L.S.U 9B 

Tulane . . . 47 

Total 

Miscellaneous 

I-S-U 17g 

Tulane 57 

T»tal " 

Total 

LJ3.U 7 

Tu'ane £« 

GRAND TOTAL, TTsji 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 119 

PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Dr. L. J. Kerne, Director 
Charity Hospital of Louisiana 
New Orleans, Louisiana 

Dear Dr, Kerne: 

The Physical Therapy Department has continued to administer physical 
therapy treatments to patients referred from all divisions of the hospital. 

Members of our staff have participated in various teaching programs 
for medical students, nurses, and orientation of ancillary personnel. 

A statistical summary of the department's activities is appended. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Inl NATHAN H. POLMBSR, M.D. 
Medical Director 
Physical Therapy Department 
(per) I. Johnson 
NHP/ij 



PHYSICAL THERAPY 
Monthly Treatment Record 





WHITE 


COLORED 


Grind 
Total 




TJ. 


Wurd 


Clinic 


Polk) 


Totml 


T.B, 


Wttd 


Clinic 


Folk) 


ToUJ 


16(4 


22 
It 
37 
14 
H 
M 

3 

11 
20 
25 
7 


■. in 
613 
839 

m 

MO 

m 

783 

S17 

1,013 

758 

1,215 


554 

437 
574 
534 

«7 

500 
405 
450 
501 
624 
535 


15 
IS 
14 
43 
39 
34 

34 
11 






1,531 
1,274 
1,4(54 
1,555 
1,157 
1,314 

1,304 
1,035 
1,473 
1,35ft 
1.535 
1,747 


1 

1 


30 
M 

t 

1 

17 
13 
14 
31 


1,109 
956 
954 

1.049 
015 
785 

893 

1.151 

TOO 

952 

1,002 

1,0-2(1 


753 
750 
837 
885 

n 

588 

538 
571 
538 
749 
859 
835 





D 











1,953 

1,708 
1.791 
1,631 
1.337 
1,458 

1,435 
1,733 
1,545 
1,713 
1.895 
1,587 


3,494 

i.ta 

S.H) 

3,480 
3.394 
2,783 

2,739 
3,769 
3,118 
8,073 
3,430 
1,534 








ma 


M»y 








209 


10,335 


S. 010 


195 


10,741) 


m 


11,589 


8,685 





30,410 


37,150 



3 

a 

w 

o 



Monthly Treatment Record 





Inf. 
Red 


Dol 


Whirl 
Piool 


Mw. 


Eier. 


c.v. 


Lowt 
Freq. 

CtUT. 


R.D. 


Hull. 
Bath 


M.I. 


Par. 
Bath 


Total 


1964 

My 


M 

SI 
76 
M 

a 

78 

SO 
31 
N 
44 
M 
39 


208 
150 
137 
US 
143 
123 

127 
1ST 
144 
118 

m 
m 


492 
403 
ill 

£18 
387 
398 

378 
371 
418 
468 

643 
525 


ISO 
129 
144 
88 
16 
93 

104 

69 
91 
38 
39 
S3 


2,076 
1.794 
1.833 
3.091 
1,471 
i.652 

1.811 
1,677 
1,976 
1.969 
2,179 
2,255 


IS9 
146 
162 
I4T 
113 
131 

118 
133 
132 
120 
12S 
143 


106 
63 
74 
83 
48 
H 

70 
49 

S 

101 
96 
144 


2 
4 
3 
4 

3 

8 

1 




1 


1TB 
179 
147 
270 
126 
196 

216 
247 
148 
190 
168 
146 


i 

8 
11 
10 

8 

1 

s 

7 
S 
1 
1 

a 


64 

63 
£7 
74 
36 
44 

30 
27 
21 
17 
12 
46 


3.11H 
1,189 






October 


i 469 




2 394 




2,783 


uu 


2,739 




2,769 


March 


3,118 




3,072 


May 


3,430 




3,634 






Tnlib 


706 


1,809 


£,386 


983 


22.684 


1.63S 


937 


18 


1,633 


79 


490 


37,169 







UndwSa I 
Farad* 

fiaujralal 



122 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-1985 



HEART STATION 

The accompanying report shows the work performed In the Heart Station 
from July 1, 1S64 through June SO, 1965. The figures refer to the number of 
electrocardiograms taken in each month, and to the number of arterial 
oxygen saturation studies, cardiac catheterizations, anglocardiofrran-.- 
cardiac fluoroscopic examinations, and vectorcardiogram examinations. 

Many sound tracings of the heart were made during the current year but 
the breakdown by months Is not available although the data were- placed In 
the patients' records. Dye dilution studies accompanied many of the cardiac 
catheterizations. 

During the year cardiac clinics were conducted every Monday and Tues- 
day afternoon In order to maintain a closer check on patients with heart 
disease. There was also a pediatric clinic which is conducted every FViday 

Also, during the year approximately sixteen (16) patients had catheter 
pacemakers inserted. There were approximately twenty-five (25) patients 
whose cardiac arrhythmias were treated utilizing the D. C. shock apparatus. 
L Electrocardiograms 

J"ly 3,452 January j.,54 

August 3,190 February » 1H 

September 3,369 March . | 

October 3,306 April " s ,«1 

November 2,829 May 

December 2,809 June 

total ; s |; 9 jj 

II. Arterial Oxygen Saturation Studies 

m. Cardiac Catheterizations 

XV. Angiocardiograms 

V. Cardiac Fluoroscopic Examinations (Appro*,) 

VI. Vectorcardiograms 

Respectfully, 

LL:vr /„/ LOUIS LEVY, n, M.D. 



DEPARTMENT OF ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY 12S 

ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY 

The following Is the annual report of the Department of Electroencepha- 
lography for the year 1964-1966, 

July 1954 136 January 1966 117 

August 1964 129 February 1965 lis 

September 1964 139 March 196G 129 

October 1964 141 April 1965 116 

November 1964 91 May 1966 128 

December 1964 131 June 1966 . ... 146 

TOTAL EEG RECORDINGS 1.610 

1963-1954 1,248 

TOTAL FETAL HEART RECORDINGS 49 

1963-19G4 84 

There were 12 holidays. 231 EEGs went unperformed for reasons m 
follows: 77 appointment cancellations too late to substitute, 6 patients 
(mostly psychotic) refused test on arrival at laboratory, 114 patients failed 
ever to appear, 1 requisition form unsigned by referring doctor and/or other- 
wise Incomplete, 33 patients for whom EEG appointments bad been made 
were discharged from hospital without cancellation of appointments. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/B/ H. THARP POSET. M.D. 
Director, 
HTF:pp Brain Wave Station 



124 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-1986 

LUNG STATION 

During the fiscal year beginning July 1. 1964, the Lung Station continued 
to function as a service and diagnostic unit. Studies of ventilatory function 
were performed on 808 patients. Dynamics of breathing and distribution of 
ventilatory function were studied in 61 Individuals. Arterial blood gas studies 
were conducted on 24 patients, and oxygen consumption on 85 as a Service 
to Pediatric Cardiology. Lung biopsies, intracavitary injections, and. peri- 
cardiocentesis accounted for 11 procedures. 

In accordance with our policy of restricting Intermittent positive pressure 
breathing therapy to those outpatients in dire need, this modality was used 
on 43 occasions. 

The stimulation of bronchial exudate by the inhalation of a heateJ 
aerosol of hypertonic saline and the subsequent collection of sputum for 
culture and cytology was performed on 522 Individuals. This is a considerable 
Imposition on Lung Station space and personnel. It is an outstanding 1 diag- 
nostic service, but requires utilization of one laboratory for the entire 
morning and the constant attendance of one of the Lung Station personnel. 
This function belongs in the Division of Inhalation Therapy. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/s/ JOHN H. SBABURT, M.D. 
Director, Lung Station 
Charity Hospital of La. at N.O. 
JHS:mb 



OBSTETRICS 



125 





OBSTETRICS 

.10,755 Newborn 

33 Newborn 

6 Newborn 

, 9,053 Total Sec 

Tulane 

4 037 


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8,286 




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311 




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336 
4,253 
4,589 
4,425 


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126 



C1IARITT HOSPITAL— 1964-1966 



L.S.U. STATISTICS 



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September 32 444 476 460 11 10 6 33 7 1 12 

October ....... 24 411 435 418 12 IS 3 30 6 13 

November 32 365 397 SS2 10 34 1 19 8 11 n 

December 28 432 460 438 23 19 4 26 8 19 l 

January 31 369 400 386 14 11 3 22 9 9 n 

February 29 312 341 334 11 S 1 16 3 6 n 

March 24 293 317 302 9 12 6 21 3 4 ft 

A P r11 25 275 300 291 8 4 6 28 4 11 1 

Ma y 24 251 275 259 9 14 2 18 3 7 

Ju "* 25 289 314 300 11 11 4 84 7 10 

TOTALS ...336 4,263 4,589 4,425 150 143 43 299 75 1 124 

1. Percentage of Deliveries by Race: 

Tulane L.S.U. Total 

!J n ? Ite J 9.62% 7.33% 8.47% 

^ 010red 90.38% 92.67% 81.53% 

II. Percentage of Deliveries by Service: 

... rff 60.69% 

III. Percentage of Deliveries by Caesarean Section; 

Tulane L.S.U. Total 

IV M=w„.r m -. ■ •. 3 - S7% 3 - 27% **t% 

IV. Maternal Mortality: ,. , , 066'% 

V. Percentage of Deliveries Resulting in Stillbirths: 2.70 % 

VI. Non- Natal Mortality: (Newborn deaths occurlng on 10th Floor) .686% 






TUMOR REGISTRY 127 



TUMOR REGISTRY 

PURPOSE 

(1) To provide the medical profession of this Hospital with statistical 
and other data to indicate the size and nature of the cancer problem 
at this Hospital since January 1. 1948, 

(2) To make available to the medical staff Information for research 
studies, for the evaluation of therapy, and for teaching. 

ADMINISTRATION 

The governing Board of the Registry consists of tho following representa- 
tives of the sponsoring agencies listed below: 

Charity Hospital of Louisiana at New Orleans 

Dr. Leo J. Kerne 

Dr. Manuel Garcia 
Louisiana State University School for Medicine 

Dr. W. W. Prye 

Dr. Ronald A. Welsh 
Tulane University School of Medicine 

Dr. E. T. KrementK, Chairman of the Registry Board 

Dr. Robert Craft Smith 
American Cancer Society, Louisiana Division, Inc. 

Dr. C. C. Sprague 
Louisiana State Board of Health 

Dr. J, M. Bruce 
Louisiana State Medical Society 

Dr. Ambrose H. Storck 
Loyola University School of Dentistry 

Dr. Victor Halperin 

REGISTRY STAFF 

The following seven staff members, in addition to the Director, b 
performed the work of the Registry during the year; Analytic Assi^ I 
Mrs. Marjorle S. Krennerich; Follow-Up Secretary, Mrs. Marie Louise ,Vu! in: 
Abstractors and Code Clerks, Mrs. Scott M. Bianco, Mrs. Betsy Green ond 
Mrs. Loretta T. Soles: Key Punch Operator, Mrs, Anne Fos, and File Clerk, 
Mrs, Myra L Florella. There are in addition two vacancies. 

VOLUNTEERS 

In the summer of 1964, as in the summer of 1963, volunteers com r II. 
time to the work of the Registry. The Registry is most grateful to Miss 
Adrlenne Luc, Miss Marie Mouton and Miss Claire Ogden. who did some of 
the preliminary work In the field of follow-up. 

FINANCIAL SUPPORT 

Support Is derived from Charity Hospital, grants from the American 
Cancer Society, Louisiana Division, Inc., and tho Louisiana State Board of 
Health, and from a contract with the lind Results Section of the National 
Cancer Institute. 

STATUS OF RECORDS 

Aa of June 23, 1965, there were on file in the Registry abstract* am! 
punch -cards summarizing pertinent data on 27,835 malignancies dint.: 1 
in tho sixteen year period, 1948-1963, in patients seen at Charity Hospital. 
The status of the patients (alive/dead) In 1964 or 1965 was known for all but 
eight-tenths of one per cent of the patients. 



128 CHARITY HOSPITAL^- 1964-1966 



SUMMARY OF 16-YEAR PERIOD, 1948-1963 

A. Distribution at Malignancies by Race and Sex. 

Race: 

w "»« 13.944 

™egro 13.891 

Total S7 bic 

Sex: 27,83E 

^ a,e , • 14.374 

FemaJe ■ 13.461 

Total 27,835 

B. Distribution of Malignancies by Site of Most Frequent Occurence. 

Cervix uteri 3 RJfl 

Skin (excluding melanoma) " s 468 

Lung ■ 

Breast ^ffrj 

Prostate . . . ; . \ ' \ \ ' \ ' | \ " \ " \ \ " \ \ \ \ \ \ " \ \ \ \ \ " |-"r 

Stomach ///...........",.. J494 

These six sites account for more than fifty per cent of the* total number 
of malignancies. 

C. Status of Patients. 

Alive at last contact . (919 24 8 

^ ead 20,801 747 

Untraceable , 116 „" 4 



t» ni 27.835 B9.9 

D. Observed Survival Rates to Fifteen Years after Diagnosis. 

... a 1Yr - 6Yi* 10 Yr*. 15Yn. 

*" 8ltes 65.6 81.1 20.8 14" 

Cervix uteri nj 48 . 4 3$ . 3 3( /~ 

skin (excluding melanoma) 91.7 69.* 48.5 Si i 

£ UI, S leg 4 .j 2.0 •" 

= reast 76.0 38.1 23.4 16 5 

fro^te 67.6 27.8 9.9 4*3 

fetomaeh 20g g6 AZ » 

•Rates may be unreliable because of the email number of patients srur- 
vivlng fifteen years (almost the entire span covered hy th« Registry). 

REPORTS 

During the year 40 studies were done for 30 Charity Hospital physicians 
and 1 dentist. In addition 3 studies were done for medical students who Were 
writing theses. Examples of these studies include an analysis of deaths from 
Basal cell carcinoma, long term survival In lung cancer, relationship of »« 
stage and treatment to survival for testicular tumors and survival of patlent-i 
with breast cancer by stage and treatment. 

A number of the 40 studies were done in order to provide background 
material for Internes and residents who were preparing to present unusual 
cases of cancer as a part of their training program. 

The Registry has also given other Hospital departments, upon rpou egt 
recent information concerning specific patients and has. also upon request 
given other hospitals Information about policies and procedures involved 
In the operation of a registry. 

PUBLIC RELATIONS 

An exhibit showing the purpose and organisation of the Registry and 
some of the publications based on Registry data was displayed at the aniiu 
meeting of the Charity Hospital medical staff on October 1, 1964, and again 



TUMOR REGISTRY 129 



at the annual meeting of the American Cancer Society, Louisiana Division, 
Inc., on Octobers, 1964. This exhibit was so well received that It was borrowed 
this spring- by the American Cancer Society tor use In Lake Charles. 

A brief talk on the Registry was given to each of the three sections of 
Tulane Junior medical students (September 33, 1864, February 2, 1966, and 
March 9, 1965) and to the Hospital's Volunteer Advisory Committee (.Jan- 
uary, 7, 1966). 

Either the Registry Director or the Analytic Assistant has attended all 
LvS.U. and Tulane Tumor Conferences in order to provide appropriate 
statistics (when possible) and in order to become familiar with the Hospital's 
cancer treatment courses, 

PARTICIPATION IN NATIONAL PROGRAMS 

The Charity Hospital Registry continues to participate with eight other 
hospital registries and three centra] registries In the End Results Evaluation 
Section of the National Cancer Institute. Dr. Robert P. Ryan Is Chairman of 
the Section's Medical and Technical Advisory Committee and a member of 
the Executive Committee. Miss Robertson attended the Annual Meeting In 
Hartford, Connecticut, April 23, 1965, and Dr. Ryan, Miss Robertson and Mrs. 
Krennerich attended a Workshop In Indianapolis, June 2-4, 1986. 

SPACE 

In the spring the Hospital replaced the worn floor and Installed new 
lighting in W-611. This markedly improved the working conditions in the 
Registry. 

The staff and 1 are most grateful to the Chairman of the Board. Dr. E. T, 
Krementz, who has given his time to the Registry's problem; to the Regl 
three consultants, Mrs. Marion Wogan, Dr. Robert F. Ryan and Dr. Ronald 
A. Welsh: to the Director of the Hospital, Dr. Leo J. Kirne. and to the m.-iny 
departments of the Hospital which have co-operated with the Registry this 
year as in the past. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/a/ (MISS) BRENT S. ROBERTSON 
Director, Tumor Registry 



130 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-1985 

SERVICE REPORT FOR THE RECORD LIBRARY 

ADMISSIONS ADULTS AND CHILDREN 

TULA ME L.8.U. 

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Admitting Section 28 18 36 35 23 16 28 34 JV? 

Contagion Adults 36 15 41 82 60 30 40 23 276 

Contagion Children lie 92 393 304 110 90 466 335 1895 

Dermatology 37 21 36 40 44 22 23 45 

Gynecology ., .. 242 .. 992 .. 279 .. 1,156 2 66« 

Infirmary 49 sl ., .. 42 76 

Medicine 709 583 737 906 734 643 858 1,050 6 2*0 

Neurology 168 128 217 189 131 104 155 171 1*263 

New Borna 199 192 1,854 1,815 154 165 1,968 1,858 8 206 

Obstetrics 533 ,. 4,741 .. 443 ,, 5,008 10745 

Ophthalmology 156 110 252 228 134 105 233 240 1*458 

Orthopedics & Fractures 260 219 568 358 252 234 485 842 2*718 

Otolaryngology 20G 155 288 267 166 96 220 188 i*5K6 

Pediatrics 211 igi 5J0 431 216 205 625 550 2*929 

Polio 1 ,, .. 1 

Premature 12 15 147 137 r, 13 149 131 610 

Premature Station 37 21 110 108 44 44 97 95 556 

Psychiatry ,,.., 3 B7 2T9 198 m 2 86 301 220 282 2 105 

Radium 29 38 18 44 28 26 18 53 

Surgery: 

opneral 531 466 1,056 986 442 418 896 1,023 5 807 

Dental 16 26 38 29 24 14 39 43 ■>.,„ 

Neurology 115 45 ul 66 62 24 101 34 688 

Plastic 45 34 31 36 33 13 18 16 

Thorlac 67 16 67 20 53 28 90 34 375 

Tuberculosis 76 34 55 22 SO 25 50 36 378 

Urology 308 109 548 114 296 81 499 103 2 058 

TOTALS 3,767 3,643 7,36112.072 3.421 3,496 7,266 12,850 68*875 

DEATHS AND AUTOPSIES* 

TULANE L.S.U. 

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72432458 SO 

Contagion Adults 10 2 6 3 4 5 5 5 

2 7 19 17 3 3 16 18 

Contagion Children 3 7 20 18 4 3 22 21 

■■ • • <• •• ■- ■ • - ■ 1 

•Autopsies Above. 



MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARY 



131 



DEATHS AND AUTOPSIES* 
TULANE 



L.S.U. 



2 



Dermatology 

Gynecology 

Infirmary 2 

71 
Medicine 161 

5 

Neurology 12 

2 

New Borna 2 

Obstetrics 

Ophthalmology 

2 
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Otolaryngology 1 

4 
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Polio 

2 
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p 
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1 

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3 

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132 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-1965 

STATISTICAL REPORT OF THE RECORD LIBRARY 

ADMISSIONS 

WHITE 

1964 Males Boys Females Girls Total 

July 496 188 528 117 1,879 

Auerust 488 140 507 136 1.271 

September 459 127 534 96 1,216 

October 526 124 498 81 1,229 

November 429 123 479 95 1,126 

December 411 119 399 99 1.02s 

SUB. TOTAL, 2,809 771 2.945 624 7,149 

1965 

January , 547 142 531 1O8 1 sag 

February 4gg 120 512 100 1.200 

March S17 146 S31 100 1,294 

April 487 102 467 95 1,131 

Mav • • • 467 104 459 110 1 140 

Jun « 420 108 472 84 1 84 

SUB. TOTAL. 2,886 722 2,972 697 7.177 

GRAND TOTAL 5,695 1,493 6,917 1,221 14.326 



COLORED 

1964 Male* Boys Females Girts Total 

July S9S 676 1.631 625 3 5" 7 

August 6ia 777 1.701 611 3 7 01 

September , 573 732 1,700 645 3'.-.,,, 

October 610 715 1,669 671 3 ,-.,;- 

November 545 632 1.460 542 3 "lT'> 

December 481 G 86 1.518 553 3^ 3S 

SUB. TOTAL 3,416 4.218 9,679 3,647 2o]960 

1965 

January 6 52 643 1,584 582 34m 

February 640 575 1,445 488 3 ' 04S 

March -• 635 578 1,456 492 

Anrl! 604 553 1,340 465 ftaaj 

Ma y 569 518 1,376 451 j" 91 4 

June 596 535 1.444 474 g| 49 

SUB TOTAL 3,596 3,397 8,644 2.952 lS^gJt 

GRAND TOTAL 7,012 7,616 18.323 6,599 SS,5i9 

SUMMARY 

White Colored Total 



Male Adults 5,695 7,012 

Bovs 1.493 7.615 

Female Adults 5,917 18.323 

Girls 1,221 6,599 



9.10S 
24.240 



TOTAL 14,326 39,549 53.875 



MEDICAL RECORD LD3RARY 



133 



Girls Total 



DEATHS 

WHITE 

1964 Males Boys Females 

July 65 6 4+ 

-Aupust 68 13 84 

September 40 3 40 

October 65 6 88 

November 50 6 30 

December 41 8 42 

SUB. TOTAL 319 41 228 

1965 

January 70 7 43 

February 56 4 34 

March 63 4 41 

April 37 3 39 

May 53 6 40 

June . , 39 3 88 

SUB, TOTAL 318 27 233 

GRAND TOTAL 637 68 461 



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114 

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107 

88 

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1964 Males 

July 51 

August 63 

September 69 

October 59 

November 67 

December 57 

SUB. TOTAL 846 

1965 

January ■ ■ 60 

February 68 

March 66 

April 69 

May 56 

June 69 

SUB. TOTAL 368 

GRAND TOTAL ... 714 



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166 

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166 
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169 
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CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-1965 



DEATHS WITHIN 48 HOURS OF ADMISSION 



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July 44 

Aug-ust 66 

September 46 

October 55 

November BO 

December 33 

SUB. TOTAL 290 

1965 

January $4 

February 51 

March 58 

April ( ' , 3S 

May 39 

June 46 

SUB. TOTAL 396 

GRAND TOTAL .. 586 



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July 61,013 

August 62,625 

September 58,033 

October 61,571 

November 58,959 

December 55,583 

TOTAL, 357,774 

1965 

January 59,297 

February 53,820 

March 57,395 

April 54,173 

May 67,283 

June 53,957 

TOTAL 335,925 

GRAND TOTAL. 693,699 



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* 
■ 

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el 
it 

E IB 


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t 


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2 8 


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c 

o 
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m 


■D 


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■ 




o a 




D 


< 


DO 


a 


m 


UO 


CO 


1,968 


4,806 


4,373 


264 


811 


102 


SO 


2,020 


4.972 


4,748 


291 


S90 


123 


26 


1,034 


4,866 


1,621 


243 


884 


97 


20 


1,986 


4,894 


4,720 


258 


865 


112 


2S 


1,965 


4,305 


4,013 


235 


768 


102 


SO 


1,793 


4,266 


4,372 


251 


sti; 


112 


29 


11,666 


28,109 


26,846 


1,542 


5,073 


648 


162 


1,913 


4,789 


4,1711 


277 


777 


123 


21 


1,922 


4,248 


4,123 


267 


658 


106 


15 


1,851 


4,449 


4.136 


283 


609 


124 


19 


1,805 


4,093 


B.850 


232 


554 


90 


9 


1,847 


4,054 


3,835 


242 


550 


93 


21 



1,793 4,133 3,994 230 596 102 19 
11,137 25,766 24,114 1,531 3,742 637 104 
22,803 53,875 50,960 3,073 8,816 1,285 266 



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT 

July 1, 1963 to June 30, 1964 July t, 1964 to June 30, 1966 

52,392 Admissions 58,875 

49,319 ..Discbarges 60,960 

3,018 ..Deaths 3.073 

8,673 ..Births 8,815 

1,292 Coroner's Cases 1.285 

708,110 Hospital Days 693.699 

1,940 Daily Average 1,901 

232 Stillborns ■''*'' 



i 



RESPECTIVE AGE OF PATIENTS AUTOPSIED 



Age 














Sub 














Sub. 


Grand 


White— 1964-65 


July 


Aug. 


Sept. 


Oct. 


Nov. 


Dec. 


Tot. 


Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


Apr. 


May 


June 


Tot. 


Total 


Under l year. . . 


6 


12 


4 


8 


6 


7 


43 


7 


6 


4 


4 


3 


3 


27 


70 


1 thru 4 years 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 





5 





1 


1 


1 








3 


8 


6 thru 9 years 





1 


1 





2 





4 


2 


1 














3 


7 


10 thru 24 years 


1 


1 














2 


1 





1 











2 


4 


15 thru 19 years 


1 


2 





1 








4 


1 














1 


2 


e 


20 thru 24 years 





4 





1 








5 


1 














2 


3 


1 


25 thru 29 years 





1 





1 





1 


3 





1 





1 








2 


6 


10 thru 34 years 








2 


9 


1 


1 


4 


I 


3 














4 


8 


35 thru 44 years 


1 


2 


3 


9 


2 


1 


9 





2 


2 


2 


1 


3 


10 


19 


45 thru 64 years 


10 


6 


7 


e 


9 


6 


40 


10 


3 


19 


4 


3 


1 


31 


71 


55 thru 64 years 


11 


11 


7 


11 


7 


11 


68 


13 


11 


12 


S 


11 


1 


58 


114 


65 thru 74 years 


8 


9 


S 


12 


12 


IB 


95 


1G 


12 


9 


9 


12 


3 


60 


125 


75 thru 84 years 


10 


19 


6 


7 


12 


11 


56 


7 


5 


10 


5 


10 


5 


42 


98 


85 thru 94 years 


3 


2 


2 


4 


1 


1 


13 





1 





3 


i 





5 


IS 


95 & over 





1 














1 





1 








o 





1 


2 


Unknowns 




















Q 


























TOTAL 


52 


63 


42 


52 


50 


63 


312 


58 


47 


49 


37 


41 


IS 


261 


663 



Age 

July 

Colored— 1964-65 

Under 1 year 26 

1 thru 4 years 1 

5 thru 9 years 

10 thru 14 years 

15 thru 19 years 

20 thru 24 years 1 

■>~> thru 29 years 2 

30 thru 34 years 3 

35 thru 44 years 10 

45 thru 54 years 6 

65 thru 64 years 18 

65 thru 74 years 12 

75 thru 84 years 9 

85 thru 94 years 1 

95 & over 

Unknowns 

TOTAL 88 

GR. TOTAL, 140 













Sub 














Sub, 


Grand 


Aug. 


Sept. 


Oct. 


Nov. 


Dec. 


Tot. 


Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


Apr, 


May 


June 


Tot. 


Total 


35 


24 


35 


25 


29 


173 


35 


19 


27 


IT 


13 


26 


137 


310 


6 


2 


4 


6 


2 


20 


3 


3 


2 


1 


2 





11 


31 


1 


1 


2 








4 


1 


3 


1 











5 


9 





1 


2 


1 





4 


1 


1 








l 





3 


7 











1 


1 


2 





1 


2 


2 


3 





S 


10 





1 


2 








4 


2 





1 





1 


1 


5 


9 


2 


4 


2 





1 


11 


1 


2 


1 


4 


1 


1 


10 


21 


3 


3 


1 


3 





13 


5 


1 


2 


3 


2 


2 


IS 


23 


8 


6 


4 


1 


6 


35 


7 


6 


6 


7 


6 


5 


37 


72 


13 


16 


18 


ID 


10 


67 


10 


9 


6 


8 


8 


6 


47 


114 


14 


19 


21 


12 


13 


97 


11 


It 


16 


13 


12 


6 


71 


168 


16 


9 


10 


10 


15 


72 


10 


12 


12 


14 


14 


15 


77 


149 


6 


10 


3 


6 


7 


40 


6 


12 


4 


7 


3 


4 


36 


76 


1 





2 


2 


3 


9 


3 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


10 


19 












































1 














1 























1 


106 


95 


101 


76 


87 


5S3 


95 


85 


81 


77 


67 


67 


472 


1,024 


169 


137 


153 


125 


140 


164 


153 


132 


130 


114 


108 


86 


723 


1,687 



T964— Whit« 

July 

Under 1 year 4 

1 to 4 years 

5 to 9 years i 

10 to 14 years 1 

15 to 19 years 1 

20 to 24 years 

25 to 29 years l 

30 to 34 years l 

35 to 44 years 3 

45 to 54 years 9 

56 to 64 years 20 

65 to 74 years 12 

75 to 84 years 14 

85 to 94 years 3 

95 & over 

Unknown 

TOTAL, 70 



RESPECTIVE AGE OF PATIENTS DECEASED 

Males Females 



iug. 


Sept. 


Oct. 


Nov. 


Dec. 


Tot. 


July 


Aug. 


Sept. 


Oct. 


Nov. 


Dec. 


Tot. 


Gr. 
Tot. 


11 


4 


4 


6 


8 


36 


4 


7 


6 


4 


3 


2 


25 


61 








1 








1 


1 

















1 


2 


1 


1 





1 


1 


5 





1 








1 





2 


7 


2 





1 








4 





1 














1 


5 


2 


1 


1 








E 























6 


3 





1 








4 





1 














1 


5 


2 


1 


1 





1 


6 


1 


1 





1 








3 


9 





1 


1 


1 





4 


1 





3 








2 


6 


10 


& 


1 





1 





11 


1 


4 


4 


1 


1 


3 


14 


25 


'1 


10 


T 


7 


6 


46 


4 


3 


7 


4 


3 


6 


21 


73 


12 


7 


18 


14 


9 


78 


13 


6 


9 


7 


4 


7 


46 


124 


li 


6 


10 


14 


10 


65 


10 


4 


9 


10 


11 


11 


55 


120 


15 


S 


13 


12 


11 


73 


12 


12 


6 


8 


7 


10 


56 


128 


t> 


3 


4 


1 


2 


19 


3 


3 


1 


5 


3 


3 


IS 


37 























1 














1 


1 


1 





1 





1 


3 











1 








1 


4 


81 


43 


61 


56 


49 


360 


60 


44 


44 


41 


33 


44 


256 


616 



M 
S 

*/. 

s 



1965— White Jan, 

Under 1 year 6 

1 to 4 years 

5 to 9 years 1 

10 to 14 years 

15 to 19 years 1 

20 to 24 years 1 

25 to 29 years 2 

30 to 34 years 1 

35 to 44 years 1 

45 to 54 years 11 

55 to 64 years IT 

65 to 74 years , IS 

76 to 84 years 14 

85 to 94 years 3 

95 & Over 

Unknown 1 

TOTAL 77 

GR. TOTAL ., 147 































Gr. 




Feb. 


March 


April 


May 


June 


Tot, 


Jan. 


Ftb. 


March 


April 


May 


June 


Tot. 


Tot. 




4 


3 


3 


2 


2 


20 


2 


5 


3 




6 


7 


4 


27 


47 







2 





2 


1 


5 





1 







2 


1 





4 


9 



















1 


1 


1 


1 













3 


4 


g 








1 


2 





3 


1 





1 













2 


5 


y 


1 











2 


4 


1 
















2 


3 


7 


8 


6 


1 





1 





8 


1 





2 










2 


5 


13 


o 








3 





2 


7 





1 










1 





2 


9 


P 


3 





1 








5 








1 




1 








2 


7 


4 


6 


1 


3 


3 


18 


1 


4 


2 




4 


3 


3 


17 


86 


h 


7 


11 


3 


2 


1 


35 


6 


4 


6 




2 


2 


3 


23 


58 


S 


12 
18 


IS 
15 


10 
10 


16 
18 


6 

ie 


74 

94 


8 
17 


10 
6 


12 

5 




8 
9 


6 
14 


7 
8 


51 
59 


125 
153 


o 


G 


15 


7 


10 


7 


58 


6 


6 


10 




8 


12 


10 


52 


110 


6 


1 




1 



1 



3 



2 




11 



1 




2 
1 


3 
1 




6 
1 


2 



1 



16 

3 


27 
8 


5 


o 











1 


2 

























2 


60 


67 


40 


69 


42 


346 


46 


41 


47 




47 


48 


40 


269 


614 


141 


110 


101 


115 


91 


706 


96 


85 


91 




88 


81 


84 


525 


1,230 


3 


















705 






























525 
















TOTAL 























s 



RESPECTIVE AGE OF PATIENTS DECEASED 



1964— Colored 

July 

Under 1 year .... 19 

1 to 4 years 2 

6 to 9 years 

10 to 14 years o 

19 years , Q 

20 to 24 years o 

25 to 29 years a 

30 to 34 years 1 

35 to 44 yeara 7 

45 to 54 years 6 

55 to 64 years 16 

65 to 74 years 11 

75 to 84 years 6 

85 to 94 years .,...,, 1 

95 & Over o 

Unknown 1 

TOTAL 72 



Males 



Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Tot. July Aug.. 



27 

2 

2 



1 



5 

3 

5 

11 

15 

16 

4 

2 



1 

94 



17 


1 



1 

2 

1 

G 

10 

20 

10 

9 

2 





78 



23 
1 
1 
1 

2 

1 
5 
9 

19 

16 
8 




86 



22 





2 

2 

2 



3 

3 

10 

16 

11 

9 

2 





81 



22 
1 

1 


3 

4 
10 
IE 
16 
8 
I 





130 
6 
4 

4 

3 

5 

12 

9 

29 

56 

100 

SO 

44 

10 



2 

494 



16 



1 
1 
1 
1 

12 
7 

14 

10 
8 
1 



72 



18 

2 











1 

3 

10 

13 

16 

8 

2 





72 



Females 
Sept. Oct. 



1 

1 



2 

3 

2 

7 

13 

15 

10 

12 







76 



15 
1 
2 
1 
1 



1 

3 

12 

15 

8 

9 

2 





70 



Nov. 

13 

3 





2 

1 

1 

2 

3 

8 

6 
IE 

7 

3 

1 


65 



Dec. Tot. 



12 







1 



2 

1 

5 

12 

16 

14 

8 

5 





75 



83 
9 
3 

2 
5 
4 

7 

8 

33 

62 

78 

72 

52 

13 

1 



432 



Gr. 
Tot. 

213 
16 

7 

8 
9 

19 

17 

62 

118 

178 

152 

96 

23 

1 

2 

926 



O 

I 

I 

a 
o 
m 

m 

I 



1965 — Colored J«n. 

Under 1 year 81 

1 to 4 years 1 

6 to 9 years 1 

10 to 14 years ....... 

15 to 19 years 1 

20 to 24 years 1 

25 to 29 years 

30 to 34 years 3 

35 to 44 years 6 

45 to 54 years 11 

55 to 64 years 13 

65 to 74 years 14 

T5 to 84 years 8 

85 to 94 years 3 

95 & Over 

Unknown 

TOTAL 83 

OR. TOTAL . . 155 



Gr. 

Feb. March April May Juns Tot. Jan. Ftb. March April May June Tot. Tot. 

13 13 13 9 19 87 17 14 16 13 17 9 86 173 

O20104O210115 9 

1 10261213007 1S 

2 1 3 1 1 1 3 6 

1411190102205 14 

a 1 2 2 6 1 1 3 ii 2 7 13 

3 2 3 8 1 1 3 2 1 8 16 
302 3112424423 19 31 
6 7 6 2 3 30 6 13 10 6 6 6 46 76 

12 io 9 9 6 67 8 10 12 10 10 10 60 117 

13 i 6 12 14 17 85 10 12 16 10 11 5 64 149 
18 18 19 17 21 105 16 13 16 11 10 20 84 189 
10 6 9 5 B 43 6 13 6 6 5 10 46 89 

4 1 ■ 3 2 13 2 1 3 1 2 9 22 

oooooooooooooo 
oooooooooooooo 

81 g 3 74 67 80 468 71 85 86 71 68 68 449 917 

175 161 160 148 163 963 143 157 164 141 133 143 881 1.848 

Males ■>*? 

Females 881 

TOTAL ■ 1 - 843 



142 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-1865 



STATISTICAL DEPARTMENT 



Acadia 179 

Allen 37 

Ascension 837 

Assumption £gg 

Avoyelles X82 

Beauregard 20 

Bienville ' . * n 

Bossier g 

Caddo __ 3g 

Calcasieu 281 

Caldwell ".'.".'.[ 6 

Cameron f 12 

Catahoula \ \ \ 9 

Claiborne .'.'.'.'. 2 

Concordia 57 

DeSoto 4 

Bast Baton Rouge 2,198 

East Carroll ' 19 

East Feliciana 598 

Evangeline Igg 

Franklin \\\ 2 3 

Grant _ ig 

Iberia 230 

Iberville , 708 

Jackson 4 

Jefferson 4 452 

Jefferson Davis ' 81 

Lafayette ..'.".WW 215 

Lafourche 942 

LaSalle WW W '. 18 

Lincoln [[\ ** \ fi 

Livingston .,,',', 318 



Madison 



15 



Morehouse 



Natchitoches g j 

Ouachita. 54 

Plaquemines 779 

Pninte Coupee 4g3 

Rapides 137 

Red River 

Richland 

Bablne 3 

St. Bernard 559 

St. Charles 712 

St. Helena, 51 

St. James 797 

St. John the Baptist 954 

St. Landry 421 

St. Martin 114 

St. Mary 4g 8 

St. Tammany ggg 

Tangipahoa 898 

Tensas 35 

Terrebonne 1,366 

Union 

"Vermilion ., 102 

Vernon 05 

Washington 639 

Webster 

West Baton Rouge 453 

West Carroll iq 

West Feliciana 262 

Winn g 

Orleans 30,393 

Other States 993 

Foreign bq 

Unknown \\ 

TOTAL 63,875 



RECAPITULATION 

Orleans 30,393 

Louisiana 22 423 

Other States . . . '998 

Foreign W W W W W W W 50 

Unknown ._ „ jj 



T °TAL ....53,875 



MEDICAL, RECORD LIBRARY 143 



RECAPITULATION 

Patients Remaining- at Beginning of Tear 1,854 

Admissions , 53.875 

Patients Remaining at End of Fiscal Tear 1.696 

Total Hospital Days Excl. of New Boms 669.190 

Total New Born Hospital Days 24,509 

Total Number of StiUborns 286 

Deaths • - ■ 3,073 

Gross Death Rate B - 69 

Net Death Rate - 3.80 

Cases Reported to Coroner 1,285 

Dally Average Excl. of New Boms 1,888 

Daily Average of New Boms 6T 

Autopsies . . . 1,688 

Reported by, Submitted by, 

/a/ ELAINE WILLIAMSON /s/ EDDD3 V. COOKSEY, CR.lt 



144 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-1966 



INTAKE DEPARTMENT 

TRAFFIC SUMMARY 

Total Intake traffic volume for the year in the Colored Section was: 
52,618 Interviews processed. 

In the White Section: 

22,353 Interviews were processed. 

In the Colored Sections: 

11,578 applicants were made Eligible. 
12,909 applicants were made Ineligible. 

2,679 applicants were given Temporary Eligibility. 

2,713 applicants were given Limited Eligibility. 

7,765 applicants were DPW cases, and 
15,780 applicants are still being Investigated. 

In the White Section: 

5,620 applicants were made Eligible. 

7,451 applicants were made Ineligible. 

1,226 applicants were given Temporary Eligibility. 

2,508 applicants were given Limited Eligibility. 

1,275 applicants were DPW cases, and 

4,474 applicants are still being investigated. 

Both sections registered increases compared with last year's volume: 
i nil m ° re lntervlews were processed in the Colored Section. 
1.094 more Interviews were processed in the White Section, 

Average number of interviews processed In the Colored Section waa: 
Da,| y Weekly Monthly 

1**-15 1011.88 4384.79 

Average White Interviews processed were: 

Dailv Weekly Monthly 

61 - 2 * 429,86 862.75 

ThB ^'Jr?, 68 ,' vc>,ume registered in the Colored Section was: 
5,043 Interviews processed (June, 1965) 

The lowest monthly volume registered in the Colored Section was: 
■MOB interviews processed {December, 1964) 

In th 9n^ h i te Section - «»« highest monthly volume registered was: 
A056 Interviews processed (August, 1964) 

JUd ^.'T! 81 month) y volume registered In the White Section was: 
i,os* interviews processed (December, 1964) 



INTAKE DEPARTMENT 



Mr, 



BREAKDOWN SUMMARY OF TOTAL INTERVIEWS PROCESSED 

immediate Pendings 

Full Interviews: Decisions Completed Totals 

Eligible 74,971 8,573 83,544 

Ineligible 11,780 5,293 17,073 

Temporary Elig 1,191 1,946 3,137 

Limited Elig. 4,246 298 4,544 

DPW & OAF 4,277 1,352 M29 

Pending 9,026 



Expired Certifications Renewed: 

Eligible 2,909 

Ineligible 3,287 

Temporary EHg 768 

Limited Elig 677 

DPW & OAP 3,411 

Pending 11,228 



(Completed Pendings 

Included in Above 

Column.) 


113,927 

2,909 

3,287 

768 

877 

3,411 



22.280 



U.MU 



Total Cases Completed 124,879 

Total Cases Processed 11!7.771 

Less Total Cases Completed 124,979 

Pending Cases Still on Hand 2,792 



BREAKDOWN OF DECISIONS MADE OF COMPLETED INTERVIEWS 

Colored Section Whits Section 

Number of Per Cent Number of Per Cent 

Decisions of Total Decisions of Total 

Eligible 11.S78 30.78 S)SSS KLOfl 

Ineligible 12,909 34.2S 7,461 41.21 

Temp. Elig 2,679 7.12 1,818 6,78 

Limited Elig. 2,713 7.21 2,508 13.87 

DPW & OAP 7,766 20.83 1,276 7.05 

37,644 100.00 18.080 100.00 



INTERVIEWS PROCESSED 



TOTAL INTERVIEWS FROM JULY 
1964 THRU JUNE 30, 1965 

Penicillin treatments 

(Adult & Ped. Colored) 

Treatments given 

Pts. admitted to hospital 

Pts. re/erred to Out- Patient 
Department 

Pts. referred home, private hospitals 
or Ineligible for Charity Hospital 
trentmont 

Referred home 

Desertions or did not check out at 
the desk 

Referred to other hospitals, private 
doctors, compensation cases or in- 
eligible for Charity Hospital treat- 
ment 

Deaths 

X-rays 

Pts. dead on arrival, gone on arrival, 
or did not come to the hospital .... 

Pts. returned in the A.M 



ADMITTING ROOMS 
Adult Patients Pediatric 
White Colored White 


Patients 

Colored 


EMERGENCY 
ROOMS 

White Colored 


OBSERVATION 
ROOMS 

White Colored 


38,693 


113,164 


9.943 


62,658 
29,390 


17.914 


62,731 


889 


1,415 


6,749 
9.146 


9,737 
20,701 


1,369 
1,673 


10,468 
4,638 


13,649 
1,296 


67,954 
2,520 







10,723 



23 
118 



29,024 



37 
1,049 



1,469 



7.1)74 



3,347 



11,294 



9.342 


30,363 


5.201 


37,678 


6,692 


24.147 


9,279 


31,887 


1,580 


13,030 


4,203 


12,183 


62 

4,728 


103 
7,912 


2 
615 


11 
4,850 


1,941 

22 

11,287 


1,792 

16 

25,884 



4 
14 



413 



779 



us 



TOTAL INTERVIEWS FROM JULY 1, 1964 THRU JI/NE 3 

0, 1906 1963-1964 

White & Colored Admitting Rooms 219,012 

White & Colored Emerg. Rooms 68,827 

White & Colored Observ. Rooms 2,377 

Total Colored Adult and Pediatric penicillin treatments from 7:00 A.M. to 3:00 
1964 and ending- June 30, 1965 



1964-1965 Increase Decrease 

224,458 5.446 

70,645 1,818 

2,304 73 

P.M. for the Fiscal year, beginning July 1, 
29,390 



SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 14T 

SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

Below is submitted the report of the Social Service Deportment for the 
fiscal year 19G4-1965. 

This Department was established to give services to patients whose 
medical problems make it impossible to maintain their regular way of living-. 
Such problems might include the incapleltalng illness of the bread winner, 
or of the mother or homemaker, and illness of a child which might seriously 
Interfere with his education, and general social development. 

The workers in the Department work closely with the medical and 
nursing staff, who refer to us the patients who might benefit by our services. 
Since we are a comparatively small department for such a large hospital, 
our workers cannot see every patient admitted, nor is this nc. -:ity. since 
every patient does not need our services. 

A single case is cited below to illustrate the types of tasks performed: 
A young woman, agred 29, was found in clinic to have a severe, acute 
heart condition. Immediate hospitalization was recommended, but the 
patient could not comply with the doctor's recommendations because she 
had five young children for whom she was responsible. The Social 
Worker assigned to the clinic was called by the doctor, explored with the 
patient the possibility of relatives or friends to take care of the children. 
The conclusion was that there were none, therefore outside help would 
have to be sought. The aid of Child Welfare Division of the Department 
of Public Welfare was sought, and temporary foster home care (or tho 
children was effected. Following her discharge from the hospital, which 
was complicated by an emotional disturbance probably resulting from 
the strain of her very complicated social problems, she tins made a. 
reasonable good adjustment, and it appears that the family will bocome 
a sound unit again. 

Each ward and clinic has a social worker assigned, who receives calls 
from doctors, nurses, or other Interested individuals. Depending upon tho 
needs of the particular service, the worker may make rounds with the 
medical or nursing staff, or may anticipate calls from either as the need 
arises. 

During the past fiscal year a total of 38,048 patients were helped with 
social problems. These varied from the very complicated to the relatively 
simple. In the more complicated, permanent records were kept on 14,400; 
temporary records were kept on 23,848. 

It is of interest to know the source of referral of patients served by th» 
department. 

No, of 

Source of Referral Patients 

Hospital Personnel , 15,021 

Department of Public Welfare . . 2.2G8 

Other Agencies 720 

Patient or Patient Oroup 20,049 

TOTAI, 38.048 

Since this Is a State Hospital, the residence of patients served Is also 
significant: 

No. of 
Place of Residence Patient* 

Orleans Parish 24,751 

Other Parishes 13|o91 

Other States ^ng 

TOTAL " ■ S8.048 



i48 CHARITY HOSPITAJL— 1964-1S66 

USE OF FUNDS 

Certain small funds are available to the Department to meet small 
emergency needs of patients, (such aa medications needed Immediately, for 
which the patient cannot pay). These funds are derived from Hospital 
appropriations, and from several bequests. Expenditures from them are as 
follows: 

Reason for No of Amount 

Using Fund Patients Expended 

Medication 22,141 *12,419_2e 

Transportation 161 264,00 

Maintenance 15 92.00 

Appliances 710 2,012.00 

TOTAL 23,017 $14,787.26 

STAFF 

There has continued to be considerable turnover in staff. This is due to h 
general shortage of trained social workers, as well as to the fact that salaries 
In this department are not competitive, 

A positive development has been the institution of a Case Aide Program. 
The case aide position requires a Bachelor Degree (as contrasted to the 
graduate training required for the Clinical Social Workers), "We have been 
remarkably successful in recruiting a high caliber of workers for these 
positions. These workers are performing well, and are able to relieve much 
of the pressure on staff. 

Another positive development has been the reallocation of two Clinical 
Social Workers I to Clinical Social Workers IL This was possible without 
increasing the budget of the department, since the reallocation of the posi- 
tions mentioned above represented a considerable financial saving. 

Outstanding problems continue to be lack of privacy for interviewing, 
overcrowding in the workers' offices, and the Intolerable heat in the unit 
on the psychiatric wards. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/■/ MARIGAYJUE H. HART. ACSW 



VOLUNTEER SERVICE 



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VOLUNTEER SERVICE 

Individual Volunteers , 2,271 

Hours of Service , 78,240 

Organlations Participating 60 

Volunteer Placements , 722 

Donations Handled 383 

Volunteer Awards Presented , . 869 



HOURS CONTRIBUTED TO HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTAL SECTIONS 



Admit Room 1,216 

Blood Rank 324 

Blood Donor Station 4,160 

Blood Test Survey Unit 620 

Central Service 6,856 

Chest X-Ray 364 

Clinics 1,379 

Colored TB 24 

Dlbert 450 

Dietary 3,087 

Eleventh Floor 367 

Entertainment 617 

Gauze Room 14,666 

Guild Room 18,107 

Gynecology Wards & Office .. 282 

Heart Station 268 

Intake Unit 163 

Ki <t M Building 104 

Library (Dr*s, & PCs.) 20 

Lung Station 169 

Medical & Surgical Care . . 409 

Medicine (Male) Wards 

& Offlcea 434 

Mukigraph 50 



Obstetrics (Office, Supplies) ,,1,301 

Obstetrics (Layette) 378 

Orthopedics Wards & Office ..1,009 

Pathology 340 

Pediatrics (Recreation) 4,443 

Pediatrics (Schoolroom) 22 

Pediatrics (Wards & Office) ...3,473 

Pharmacy 1,067 

Physical Therapy 237 

Polio Building 19 

Psychiatry 2,842 

Radiology (Diagnostic) 1,688 

Radiology (Therapeutic) 292 

Record Library 779 

Recovery Room Family Contact 631 

Recreation Cart 966 

School of Nursing 87 

Social Service 280 

Surgery Wards .8,363 

Traffic Department 115 

Tumor Registry 147 

Visiting 1,160 

Volunteer Office, Committee 

& Guides 1,811 



Organizations Making Outstanding Contributions Hours 

American Red Cross (N.O. Chapter) 1.8S3 

American Red Cross (N.O. Chapter) (Youth) 10.996 

American Women's Voluntary Services 399 

Delta Woman's Club , 100 

Dune's Honky Tonka Dixieland Jazz Band 

Girl Scout Council of Southeast Louisiana 826 

Greek Orthodox Cathedral Ladies 2,776 

Insurance Women of N.O., Inc. (N.O. Chapter) 188 

Junior League of N.O., Inc. 1.060 

Katie's School of Barberlng & Beauty Culture 209 

Life Members' Club Telephone Pioneers of America 1.2-4 

Marlnelto Beauty School 6S0 

Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church Ladles Circle 950 

Musicians Mutual Protective Union Local No. 496 371 

Xiti.uKii Council of Jewish Woman, Gtamtar N.O, Section 1,811 

N.O Business & Professional Women's Club 1 }1 

Nord Golden-Age Clubs 1,313 

Order of the Easter Star (Orleans Chapter No. 167) 

St. Matthews Methodist Church Women 1B8 

Bt, Paul'a Lutheran Ladles Aid Society 878 

Senior Citizens' Club, Jewish Community Center 8R7 

Sunshine Society (Magnolia Branch) . . , 737 

Women of the Motion Picture Industry 480 



160 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-1965 



SPECIAL PROJECTS SPONSORED BY VOLUNTEER ADVISORY 

COMMITTEE 

Volunteer Bulletin 
Radio Lending Service 
Annual Volunteer Awards Meeting 
Orientation Tours for New Volunteers 
Securing Donations of Needed Articles 
Sponsorship of Summer Teen Age Program 
Tour Guide Service for Official Hospital Visitors 
Publicity for Volunteer Recruitment & Recognition 
Acknowledging Gifts of Individuals & Organizations 
Cooperation In Community Wide Programs tor , v fl u " te ^.. . 
Collection & Distribution of Chriatmas Gifts for All Adult Hatients 

Respectfully submitted, 

/a/ FLORENCE JENNINGS 
Director of Volunteer Service 



LAUNDRY DEPARTMENT 151 

LAUNDRY 

The Laundry has processed from July 1, 1964 through June 30, 1965 the 
following, including all "Wards, all Departments and all Buildings: 

Total Weight 7,766,637 

Quantity .15,468,902 

Slncertly, 

/b/ CYRIL J. ALLA1N 
Laundry Superintendent 



152 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-1965 



ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 

BOILERS 

The six boilers In the Power House with a. capacity of 2,850 Horse Power 
are chemically treated and operated on monthly intervals and Inspected 
yearly, externally and internally by the Travelers Insurance Company's 
Inspectors, cleaning of the boilers are made immediately after talcing out of 
service. If repairs are needed between yearly inspections, the Inspectors are 
called and recommendations are completed. Painted Main Gas Line for 
boilers in basement of Power House which Is done yearly to prevent deteri- 
oration, because of heat and condensate moisture. 

HEATERS ON MEZZAINE FLOOR IN POWER HOUSE 

The heaters supplying Hot Water to the boilers In the Power House. 

Laundry and all Hospital Buildings are In satisfactory condition, they are 
operated on monthly Intervals. 

WATER SOFTENERS 

Cleaned stone bed thoroughly in each Brine Tank, Bcaled and painted 
exterior of the Four Water Softeners, also routine repairs on Units, 

ICE WATER SYSTEM 

Operating O.K. 

ICE PLANT 

Converted the Cooling Tower from Ayers to a Marley, equipment con- 
sisting of complete Gear Box, Couplings and Eight New Fan Blades, Plant 
operating O.K. 

WORTHINGTON AIR CONDITION COMPRESSORS 
(1000 Tom to Main Building) 

Made yearly inspection on both No. 1 and No. 2 Freon Compressors, 
checked alignment, installed New Thrust Bearings, put 200 lbs, of Freon (n ) 
In evaporators on both Compressors, cleaned Condensors, painted interior 
and heads of both Units 

TRANE AIR CONDITION COMPRESSORS 
(700 Tons to Main Building) 

Made thorough Inspection and minor adjustments on system, operating 
O.K. These both Central Units deliver chili water to certain sections of the 
Main Building for Air Condition. 

EMERGENCY GENERATORS 

General Motor 1000 K. W. Diesel Emergency Generator & Murray Turbo 
Generator 1000 K. W. run Generators semi-weekly throughout the year. 
Installed New Solenoid Valve controlling air for starting Generator. 

The 300 Ton Carrier Absorption Air Condition and Heating System has 
been completed and operating in the Student Nurse's Home, adjustments 
have to be made, otherwise, satisfactory, 

25 tons of Air Condition was Installed in the Colored Dining Room in 
basement of the Main Building, chill water to the Unit is delivered from th« 



ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT IBS 

Trane Unit In the Power House, operating satisfactory. O.K. 

Made several Plant shut-downs for necessary repairs during the past 
year. 

Employees In the Engineering- Department repair window units, Ice 
making flake and cube machines and all equipment operated by the 
Engineering Department in the Hospital. 

Hoping that this report meets with your approval, I remain, 

Tours very truly, 

/s/ WILLIAM H. SUTHERLAND 
Plant Engineer 



154 CHARITY HOSPITAI>-1964-1965 



PHARMACY DEPARTMENT 

Special Prescriptions Filled • • - - 148,582 

Stock Prescriptions Filled 70,994 

Narcotic Prescriptions Filled 12.96S 

Total Prescriptions Filled 232,689 

The Pharmacy services all wards and clinics, including such outlS'lng 
areas as the Dibert and Contagious Buildings, Tulane Metabolic "Ward, Tulane 
Arthritis Unit, and the Tulane Cancer Clinical Research Unit. 

In the general manufacturing laboratory and prescription counter, a total 
of 58,300 gallons were made These Included syrups, elixirs, liniments, lotions. 
mixtures and laboratory stains, 833 pounds of ointments and 1,277,600 tablets 
were also manufactured. 

In the solution area, the total number of bottles of sterfls solutions 
manufactured reached 229,264. These include 1000 cc and 600 eo sodium 
chloride, dextrose, etc. In addition to this 88,774 bottles of small size- sterile 
solutions were made, and the number of sterile vials of vitamins, potassium 
chloride, phenobarbltal, mineral oil, etc., was 26,734. Various dilutions of 
allergenic vials made for use in the clinics numbered 1,467. The grand total 
for the solution room stands at 346,239 units. This represents a tremendous 
savings to the hospital as commercially prepared products would cost many 
times our manufactured items. 

Respectfully submitted. 

jnt SYLVIA BING 

Director, Pharmacy Department 



PREMATURE CENTER 



155 



PREMATURE CENTER 



Table 1. Admissions and mortality by place of birth (*), and by weight (**): 

Intramural Extramural 

Weight Admissions Deaths*** Admissions Deaths*** 

No. % No. % 

Less than 500 Gm 24 24 100.0 2 2 100.0 

500- 899 Gm 60 57 82.6 27 IT 63.0 

1000-1499 Gm 138 52 3T.7 129 30 2S.2 

I50U-1999 Gm. 308 30 9.7 171 20 11.7 

2000 Gm. plus"** ...... 56 2 3,6 15 4 86.7 

TOTAL. 595 165 27.7 344 73 21.2 

•Place of birth (intramural — born within Charity Hospital; extramural- 
born outside). 
**Birth weight (intramural); admission weight (extramural). 
•••This percentage is based on the number of deaths over the number of 
admissions for each class. 
•***This group embodies mostly infants between 2000-2268 Gm. (5 lb.), and 
the few exceptions weighed between. 5-6% lb. In an effort to keep the 
census within safe limits, only Infants with a weight below 5 lb. are 
admitted to the Premature Center. 

Table 2. Intramural admissions, discharges and mortality by birth weight, 
race, and sex: 

Birth Weight, Race, Sex Admissions Discharges* Deaths** 

No. % 
White Male 

Less than 500 Gm 1 1 100.0 

600- 999 Gm , 3 3 100.0 

1000-1499 Gm 3 2 1 33.4 

1600-1999 Gm 11 7 4 86.4 

2000 Gm. plus 2 2 O.O 

TOTAL 20 11 9 45.0 

White Female 

Less than 500 Gm 0.0 

500- 999 Gm. 3 1 I 66.7 

1000-1499 Gm S 3 3 50.0 

1500-1999 Gm 11 9 2 Jg.2 

2000 Gm. plus 4 4 0.0 

TOTAL 24 17 7 29.2 

Negro Male 

Leas than 500 Gm 13 13 100.0 

600- 999 Gm 33 4 29 87.9 

1000-1499 Gm 63 36 27 42.8 

1600-1999 Gm 146 128 IS 12.8 

2000 Gm. plus 25 23 2 8.0 

TOTAL 280 191 89 3i.s 

Negro Female 

Less than 600 Gm 10 10 100.9 

500- 999 Gm. 30 7 28 76.7 

1000-1499 Gm 66 46 21 81.8 

1500-1999 Gm 140 184 6 4.3 

2000 Gm. plus 26 25 0,0 

TOTAL 271 211 .60 L'M 

•Discharged from nursery alive. 

••This percentage Is based on the number of deaths over the mi ml h 
admissions for each class. 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-1965 



Table 3, Extramural admissions, discharges and mortality by admission 
weight, race and sex. 

Birth Weight, Race, Sex Admissions Discharges* Deaths** 

No. % 

White Male 

Less than 500 Gw 0.0 

500- 999 Gm 6 2 4 66.7 

1000-1499 Cm 26 20 8 23.1 

1500-1999 Gm 29 25 4 13.8 

2000 Gm. plus 2 2 100,0 

TOTAL. 63 47 16 25. 4 

White Female 

Less than 500 Gm 00. 

500- 999 Gm. 2 1 1 60.0 

1000-1499 Gm. 17 12 5 29.4 

1500-1999 Gm 29 24 5 17.; 

2000 Gm. plus 3 S 0.0 

TOTAL 61 40 11 21.6 

Negro Male 

Loss than 600 Gm. O.O 

500- 999 Gm 10 3 7 7O.0 

1000-1499 Gm 41 30 11 26.8 

1500-1999 Gm. 63 57 6 9.5 

2000 Gm. plus 3 2 1 33.4 

TOTAL 117 92 25 su 

Negro Female 

Less than 500 Gm. 2 100.0 

500- 999 Gm 9 4 5 65.5 

1000-1499 Gm 46 37 8 17.8 

1500-1999 Gm 60 45 E 10.0 

2000 Ga. plus 7 I 14.3 

TOTAL 113 92 21 18.6 

•Discharged from nursery alive. 
"This percentage is based on the number of deaths over the number of 

admissions for each class. 
Table 4. Number and per cent distribution of admissions, by age at admission: 
(Based on 334 extramural admissions, of a total of 344.) 

Age in Hours Admissions 

No. % 

trp to 24 hours 227 6s. 

25-48 hours 45 13.5 

49 hours plus 62 1&6. 

Table 5. Combined admissions and mortality by birth weights (intramural) 
and admission weights (extramural): 



PREMATURE CENTER 167 

COMBINED INTRAMURAL AND EXTRAMURAL 

Weight Admissions Death** 

No. % 

Leas than 500 Gm 26 26 100.0 

600- 999 6m. 96 74 77.1 

1000-1499 Gm. 267 82 80.7 

1500-1999 Gm 479 50 10,4 

2000 Gm. plus 71 6 8.4 

TOTAL, 939 238 25.3 

•This percentage Is based on the number of deaths over the number of 
admissions for each class. 

Table 6. Admissions, discharges and mortality by race and place of birth: 

Admissions Discharges Deaths 

No. % No. % 

Intramural 44 4.7 28 16 86.4 

White 

Extramural .. 114 12.1 87 27 23.7 

TOTAL. 158 16.8 115 43 27.3 

Intramural 551 58.7 402 149 27.0 

Negro 

Extramural 230 24.5 184 46 20.0 

TOTAL. 781 83.2 586 19B 25.0 

TOTAL, 989 li'iui 701 238 25.8 



168 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1964-1965 

MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT 

The Maintenance Department when fully staffed consist of 151 workers. 
At the present lime there are 12 vacancies. 

This department has handled 24,176 written requests for maintenance 
during the past year. The following figures are given to Indicate the 
volume of work and type of service rendered, 

258 serious leaks due to pipe deterioration. 

15 major repairs to equipment. 

3 pieces of new equipment installed. 

1,299 pieces of new furniture or equipment manufactured under $100.00. 

60 pieces of new furniture or equipment manufactured over $100.00. 

4,204 gallons of paint material used. 

2,146 new keys Issued. 

3,652 pieces of metal furniture completely stripped and reflnlshed. 

10 renovation of jobs completed. 

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S *- • 

u 4i c 

5"S S 

CO « ■ - 

* *: * 

-| S? -2 

E3 I DC h 

Woodwork & Metalwork 4,614 1,367 5,931 

Painters 76 339 415 

Plumbers 6,536 51 5.5S7 

Steamfitters 1,209 59 1 ,-j gg 

Masonry , 1,453 229 1.18* 

Electricians 7,771 165 7 »M 

Machinist 1,271 36 1,307 

TOTAL 21,930 2,246 24,176 

Respectively submitted, 

/a/ CHARLES C. TRASCHER, JR. 

Building Superintendent